One of the SoCal Nuts
ROTM 1/2016 - 2006 PacBlues 376 & 29
Removing the bed cover is 2 person job described in the owner Manual. What ever you do, do not remove the hinges from the cover! the two bright bolts (1 on each side) are indexed so you can get the cover back where it belongs. A furniture pad would be helpful to protect the paint. I believe the carpet is held in place with pins similar to the hood blanket.Dicktator,
Well, another question. When you installed the mat inside the bed of your truck, did you do the inside of the bed cover as well? My SSR has the carpeted bed with teak wood (teak looking anyway) slats. And the bed cover roof has a carpeted cover on it, and I have purchased a spoiler. So, the carpeted bed cover roof has to come off so I can install the spoiler. Are there any "best practices" that I might follow to disassemble to covering? As a Street Rodder, I had to just tear into a project and repair my mess-ups later to get the project completed.
Seriously, the collective wisdom of this entire forum blows me away. Is there a "short course" on how to work my way around the forum? I sure could use the help, my two finger typing is bad enough, but guessing where and how to ask questions is of concern.
Street Rod Andy