I see what your saying about keeping it water tight. I can work around that. Where it goes around the wing was that already modified like that or did you have to trim it?Stingray said:It's the cover that Joeykunz posted a link to, the Checkmate FX. I did install it myself but you will need the help of some friends when moving it around and mounting it. It's also very light, I'm not sure on the exact weight though. I got it with the piano hinges instead of the quick release since the wing is in the way for opening it and I never intend to use the bed for "hauling" anyway. The hinges are screwed to the bed. You will need to install some sort of foam around the cover where it was modified for the wing to keep the water out. I would guess that it is about 95% water tight once you seal round the wing. The only water my truck sees is when I wash it.
I had to trim the top for the wing. I set the top on the bed and then set the wing on the top. I marked where it had to be trimmed then used an air saw and a die grinder with a 2" disc to trim the top, just don't rush it. I'm happy how mine turned out.Titan said:I see what your saying about keeping it water tight. I can work around that. Where it goes around the wing was that already modified like that or did you have to trim it?
Post some pics if you can. I sure would like to see how they sealed it around the wing..Roktman said:Well,Just got back from Benton KY.Got my tonneau cover put on,modded and all for FREE.
They are really a bunch of nice folks at the factory.Just like 14 people work there ,a Mom and Pop kinda place.
Left at 0345 this AM and got back 1615. It was 650 miles round trip and 2 hours to put on the cover ,tailgate lock and seal where they modified the back under the wing.
I recommend them if you are within a few hours of Western KY.