Well its roughly 75% done. Im making it at idiot proof as I can; however, making a how to after youve done and installed the project isnt nearly as easy as doing the howto and the project simultaneously.
I will say, drilling through your cab feels 'freaky'. Its not a normal feeling but once one hole is done, its a cake walk. Just measure and measure and measure and mark with a wax pencil, and mark and mark till youre 200% sure youre accurate then drill. Once your done just caulk it the rails and all over the screw heads since more than likely theyll never be coming out again.
I live in Florida, and we just had that hurricane roll through and it honest to God rain in the severe category every single day after 3-330 and I have zero water leakage into my roof after about 10 months of it being up there
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