All cover installations are virtually identical. All of our installations are very easy to install. Read More »
Tag Archives: Installation
I plan to occasionally remove the cover and put a “slide-in camper” into the truck bed. Will I need to remove the mounting rails?
Yes. You will need to remove the mounting rails so they are not damaged by the slide-in camper. This will ensure that the mounting rails do not get damaged in any way. Read More »
NO! NO HOLES ARE DRILLED INTO YOUR TRUCK! You do not need to drill anything during the installation. Read More »
Do the factory installed plastic side rail covers that came with my truck (i.e, Ford, Toyota, Nissan, etc.) need to be removed?
Absolutely Not! You can install the cover directly on top of ALL OEM factory rails with NO modification whatsoever. Read More »
I have a plastic bedliner in my truck. Do I have to make any modifications to the bedliner to install the cover?
That depends on what type of plastic bedliner you have (see below): IF YOUR PLASTIC BEDLINER GOES UNDER THE SIDE RAILS (but goes up and over the front rail and tailgate): NO PROBLEM! You will not need to make any adjustments to the plastic bedliner to install this cover. IF YOU HAVE A TAILGATE PROTECTOR: Tailgate protectors do not present ... Read More »
I have diamond plate side rail covers. Can this cover be installed over diamond plate side rail covers or do I need to remove them?
No. The rails cannot attain a good weather resistant seal against diamond plate bed caps. Read More »
I have a sprayed-in a bedliner that goes over the side rails. Do I need to make any modifications to my bedliner or truck before installing the cover?
None whatsoever. The cover and hardware will fit perfectly on top of all sprayed in bedliners without any modifications to your truck or the bedliner! Read More »
Professional installers – 10 minutes. Average consumer 30 minutes. Read More »