Q. My truck has a bedliner. Can I still use a Roll Top cover?
A. If you have a spray-in style liner, you can still use the Roll-Top as long as the liner does not cover the rails of your bed. Otherwise you may have to file down the over the rail portion of the cover or cut it to accomodate the needed slots for the clamps to install.
Plastic liners almost never work properly without modifications because the corners are not flush against the bed, but rather rounded. We highly recommend the Bed Rug truck bed liner as a compliment to your cover.
Q. Can I use a Roll Top with the bed extender option?
A. If your truck has a bed extender option, you will not be able to use it the way it was intended if you install a Roll Top. You may have to physically dismount it and flip it around rather than rotate it. This is because the rails for the cover may block the rotation of the bed extender.
Q. What are the clamps made of?
Q. How many holes do I have to drill in order to install the cover if I buy the drill installation?
A. You will need to drill between 12 and 20 holes to mount your cover depending on the installation.
Q. Can I mount a spoiler to the back of the cover?
A. Doing this will not only void your warranty, but it will make it impossible for the cover to fully retract the way it was intended.
If you have any Roll-Top questions that were not addressed here, you may contact us here.