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Peragon cover installed (pics)

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Still in a rush boxing everything in the house for the big move, but I wanted to install this cover before leaving, so here it is :)

It didn't take long, 2-3hrs total, I had to do it in 2 days because they didn't sent spacers, but they got to me REALLY quick to tell me the spacers were not to be included anymore because they weren't needed, but I rather have a spacer and not a ton of washers piled up, so I went to the hardware store, bought for spacers to keep the rails level and that's it.

The panels look, and are, still uneven on the part closer to the cabin, but it's normal until the rubber seals set, and the gas shocks need some break in time too. Hope you guys like it, I know I do, looks very OEM, not bulky and an awesome deal for less than $600 shipped.
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Looks good but how about some head on shots?
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was running out of day light, but I want to give her a good bath first.
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Awesome. Nice truck!
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Nice looking cover... what is it made out of?
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Looks great!

Aluminum cover?
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That joker be so fresh so clean. Nice Edge.
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Thanks for the comments
It's all aluminum, that's the reason I bought it, no rust to deal with and I can paint it black or wrap it if ever gets a little rough looking!
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