I have a bed liner, something tells me I have to remove it, or make adjustments, to the liner, meanining, make holes where the clamps will be placed. I am willing to do that. I want this cover. I have researched all, or most of the tonneau covers, and I want the TruXedo TruXport cover. What do you think? What I think I have is an over the rail, in bed liner. The truck came that way, when I bought it.
asked by: Mark M
The clamps on the TruXedo TruXport Tonneau Cover, # TX243101, will need access under the top lip of the bed rails. If your bed liner covers the top of your bed rails, then you could remove your bed liner or make a few cuts as you mentioned.
If this were my truck, I would just make a few cuts in the bed liner. You only need to make six cuts that are large enough to feed the bottom of the clamp under the lip of the truck bed side rail. This would allow you to keep the bed liner in your truck and use the tonneau cover.
Other than the clamps, the over-the-rail bed liner in your 1995 Chevrolet S-10 will not interfere with this tonneau cover. Once you have determined the location of the clamps and make the cuts, the installation will be the same as if there were no bed liner.
I have attached the installation instructions and video from the product page.
expert reply by: John H
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