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Old 09-28-2005, 01:59 PM
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Question Roll-N-Lock bed cover?

Has anyone tried a Roll-N-Lock bed cover? I know the website says they don't work with spray in liners, is this true? With regard to the spool where the cover is housed when rolled up, how much does it intrude into the bed? Would it be possible to get a motorcycle in the bed with the spool (would the front tire clear below the spool, or would you have to use some kind of spacer?

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Old 09-28-2005, 02:20 PM
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I have a roll-n-lock on my 97 and it is great. water accumulates in the box that the cover rolls into but if the drain holes are cleaned there is no problem. occasionally I have had trouble opening the cover in snow and ice but you can still open the tailgate for access. the slide the cover rides on needs lubrication often but again just taking care of things. there is some noise when driving with the rear window open from vibration and wind but nothing horrible.
 
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Old 09-28-2005, 06:20 PM
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You can't fit a tire under the drum. It's about 1' square. I've installed them in tucks with spray in liners as long as they're not sprayed over the top.
 
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