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tonneau cover and spray in bed liner

Hello, newbie here with a couple of questions. I picked up a 2006 ranger and I want to get a sprayed in bed liner preferably over the rails, I also want a access lorado tonneau cover. If I get the liner sprayed over the rails will the tonneau mount and sit right ? Do you think it will leak more with the liner being over the rails ?The reason I ask is because every sprayed in liner I have seen looked thick and very rough. Also anyone ever mounted a access loredo tonneau ? If so how hard is it to mount ? The cheapest I can find locally is $ 439 and $ 50 to mount it, plus tax. If it is not hard to put on I will mail order one and put it on myself and save a few bucks. Thanks

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i dont know that specific cover you have a pic?

but like most covers have closed cell foam on the mounting on the rails... All covers will leak some it will happen even my hard ARE cover
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i dont know what kind of cover your talking about... but with the bedliner being over the rails it will not make it leak. get a line-x spray in bedliner. it is not thick and is not very rough.
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here is a couple of pics of mine with over the rail spray and the tonneau cover...

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Some tonneau's will not work with over the rail. Extang Revolution will not work according to Extang. The tonneau will not stretch.

Just what they told me.

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I have a Linex over the rail liner, and was thinking about one of the popular UnderCover covers anyone have experience with those.
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Thanks, I have not bought the tonneau cover yet, the tonneau cover is made by agri cover and the name of it is access lorado. I have also decided to not get the spray in liner over the rails,I am also going to go with line x. Still need info on mounting this tonneau, if it mounts easy and I can do it myself, I will mail order one and save $ 100 over buying locally. Thanks again

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tonneau mounts easily. I am confident you can install your self.
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Thanks, I have not bought the tonneau cover yet, the tonneau cover is made by agri cover and the name of it is access lorado. I have also decided to not get the spray in liner over the rails,I am also going to go with line x. Still need info on mounting this tonneau, if it mounts easy and I can do it myself, I will mail order one and save $ 100 over buying locally. Thanks again

Mike


easy to do yourself..
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Some rigid tonneau covers have clamp-on rails. Some have drilled in rails. Some can be both...SnugLid is drill in unless you buy the "optional" no-drill kit.

The clamp-on rail models are by far the easiest to install. My SnugLid had the no-drill option and the entire assembly, rails and all, were out of the truck in 5 minutes flat. I sold mine today. Open bed for life.
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Ya, I have one that has the clamps. Took me less than 20 minutes to install and you just needed a socket for the clamps. Piece of cake. You can do it. I think mine cost around $150.
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