Roll up or hatch style tonneau covers by Access, Truxedo, BAK Industries, or Craftec are custom fit to your Ford. Most covers provide a simple no-drill installation on your Ford, and all tonneau covers offer either a roll-up or easy removal design to allow you to adjust for any of your hauling needs.
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Agri-Cover Vanish Roll-Up Tonneau Cover Installation - 2006 Ford Super Duty
Today we are going to install part number 91309 from Agri-Cover, and this is their Vanish low-profile roll-up tonneau cover. And we are going to install this on a 2006 Ford Super Duty long-bed pickup. Our first step involved is go ahead and, we are going to do the side rails first. What is going to happen is the rail is going to fit on the inside edge of the bed, pushed all the way to the front of the box. And you want this edge to match the top edge of your bed rail. Once you have it the way you want it, you go ahead and clamp it into place. Then we will go back with the regular, permanent clamps. Go up as far as you can on the bed. And then the other half is adjustable where it matches the teeth in the rail. Now, you want to install your clamps as evenly as possible across the rail.
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