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Old 01-26-2004, 09:08 PM
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Question Canopy and Work Rack??????

2004 SuperCrew Lariat

Going to mount a Kargomaster work rack with the Canopy leg option (plate and offset risers). Problem is that most new Canopies edges are built to disguise the black bed rails. To attempt to describe the problem, they have a lip on them that extends down the outside of the bed to cover the factory black bed rails, thus giving it the SUV look - eeek!

Question: What manufacturers make canopies for this rig that do NOT have these lips on the bottom. So far, I have only found Gemtop. Anyone know of any others for me to consider???

To use a Leer, ARE, etc., I would have to cut slots in the sides of the canopy on to allow the rack plates through. Ideas? TIA.
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