How to Install a Tonneau Cover With a Bedliner
When installing a tonneau cover with encased Bedliner, be sure to follow the directions given. There may be specific steps that you have to follow to install the body properly. Before installing your tonneau cover with Bedliner, you should know your truck's dimensions. If the tonneau is too big, you can shorten its length by trimming the excess liner. Then, use a screwdriver to drill small holes in the sides of the cover.
You can attach your tonneau cover after determining whether your truck has a side rail. Most bodies are designed with two side rails. Place the side rails on each side rail, keeping them parallel and flat. Once attached, you can place the clamps on the sides of the tonneau. Then, use the screws to fasten the tonneau cover to the side rails.
After installing the side rails and bed liner, you can attach your tonneau cover. To do this, you must remove the side rails and clean the area around the cap with alcohol. Once the rubber seal is applied, you need to tighten the clamps. Then, you can begin fitting the tonneau cover. It may help to have a helper assist you, especially if the body is bulky.
Before installing a tonneau cover, it is essential to remove the Bedliner. You will need to cut the liner at the bulkhead. Once the tonneau cover is on the truck, you need to attach the tonneau cover. This is a tough job, so hiring an expert is best. After all, the tonneau is not a cover for your cargo, so you'll need to know how to do it.
After attaching the side rails and the tonneau cover, you need to connect the sides. After that, you should clean the sides of the tonneau covered with alcohol. If the tonneau cover has clamps, you need to make sure they are in place so that it doesn't move while the tonneau is in place.
After installing the side rails and the bed liner, you can attach the tonneau cover. Be sure to install it evenly around the perimeter. Be sure to check for any bulges or improper alignment. Be sure to route drainage tubes to the corners of the truck bed. A tonneau cover with a bed liner can provide more protection for your cargo.
When you have your tonneau cover installed, you should position it on the bed liner. To do this, you should set the body on the front rails and then place the clamps on the sides. You can now install the tonneau cover when you have installed the side rails. Next, you should align the tonneau cover with the tonneau liner.
You need to remove the bed liner if you install a hard tonneau cover. A bed liner protects the bed lip from dirt and other objects. The tonneau cover must be installed on the rest of the bed. If your truck does not have a liner, you should install it before the tonneau cover. In the end, you need to install the tonneau cover.
When installing a tonneau cover with an over-bed rail liner, you must first trim the over-bed rail liner at the bulkhead. If the tonneau cover is made from vinyl, it should be attached to the backside of the bed rail liner by the clamps. It is essential to measure the space of the tonneau cover before you link it to the Bedliner.
Before installing the tonneau cover, you should install the bed liner first. Some bed liners include a hole cut out at the top to allow you to install the tonneau cover. To install the tonneau cover with a new bed liner, you should also measure the width of the tonneau. The length of the tonneau should be the same as the length of the bed liner.
When installing a tonneau cover with liners, you need to cut out the lip on the bed liner on the top. Some of these products are designed with a hole in the top to attach the tonneau cover, so you may have to cut a slight relief at the bulkhead to secure the tonneau cover to the rails.
The final step is to install the tonneau cover on the top of the bed liner. This part of the installation is the most difficult because it requires cutting the liner on the top. Some bed liners will already have a hole in the top for this. To make it easier to attach the tonneau, you can cut the liner from the backside, which will be easier to do.
Depending on the type of tonneau cover and the shape of your truck bed, you may need to trim the edge of the liner at the bulkhead. After cutting the liner, you can install the tonneau cover on the top. After the tonneau is installed, you need to attach the rails with the tonneau in the center. If you do not use clamps, you will need to connect the rails manually.
Once you have installed your tonneau cover, you need to install the side rails. To do this, you need to make sure that you have enough room in the tailgate to fit the tonneau on the bed. If you have a tonneau with a tailgate, it is essential to measure it first to ensure a proper fit. Afterward, you must install the tonneau cover and the tonneau liner. You will have to cut the liner at the bulkhead of your truck. If you have an over-rail Bedliner, you should carefully trim it at the same spot. You will need to cut the lines of the tonneau to allow the tonneau to fit.
Before installing your tonneau cover, you need to cut the liner's lip. The liner's lip must be centered over the bed's opening, but there may be other parts that will have to be trimmed as well. Then, install the tonneau cover and the tonneau cover. When it is properly installed, the tonneau will protect your bed. Once you have your tonneau cover and liner installed, you need to cut the liner at the lip of the bed. The liner should be the same width as the lip of the tonneau cover, so you will not need to cut it to fit the tonneau. Besides, you will need to trim the liner to fit the tonneau.
You should know that the tonneau cover and liner are two different things. They should not be installed together. The tonneau cover is the most obvious one, but it may also be installed in a more convenient position. Regardless of the type of tonneau cover you choose, the liner should be easy to attach. The liner will protect the truck bed from dents, scratches, and other damage.