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Extang Encore Tonneau Cover Installation - 2013 Ford F-250
Today on our 2013 Ford F250, we'll be installing the Extang Encore hard tonneau cover that's a tri-fold, part number EX62725. We'll begin by taking our driver side side rail, placing it up onto the railing of our truck. On the underside here is a weather seal, and so we want to make sure this side is flat up against the railing of our vehicle. Here at the front, we need to make sure that our water drain right here that our hose will connect to later is about 1" away from the beginning of our truck bed. Now depending on whether or not you have a thicker bed liner, this measurement may be a little bit smaller, as stated in the instructions. So we're right at 1".
Extang Revolution Tonneau Cover Installation - 2013 Ford F-250
Today on our 2013 Ford F250, we'll be test fitting the Extang Revolution soft roll-up tonneau cover, part number EX54726. We'll begin our installation by first peeling off the white sheets along the soft pads. Now in pulling this off, the soft pads do not have any adhesive, so they won't ruin the finish of your truck. But for today's demonstration, we're going to keep this white seal on. We'll place the rail onto one side of our pickup truck. And now since we're inside the truck bed, we can go ahead and place our rail, sliding it down, allowing that to fit into place.
Access TonnoSport Tonneau Cover Installation - 2003 Ford F-250
Today on our 2003 Ford F250, we'll be installing the Access TonnoSport roll-up cover, Part # A22010319. To start, we'll take the passenger side side-rail with the water-strip facing the inside lip of the truck bed and pushed all the way forward on the inside of the bed nearest the cab. Here's where we want the edge of the rail to meet the top edge of the truck bed using spring clamps to hold it in position. Now we'll take the clamps provided with our install kit starting at the forward near the cabin to secure the bed rail to the truck bed. Keep in mind in positioning and tightening your clamp to, one, make sure the clamp grooves is line up with the side-rail grooves and that when you're tightening it down, it brings the side rail flat portion down level with the truck bed. Now let's go ahead and put our little clamps in position and tighten them down.
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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