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What do you guys use to seal your caps to the bed. I am geting water near the front and rear corners. My bed liner wraps over the front of the bed so should I cut that off before I reseal?
 

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They usually recommend a below the rail bed liner for trucks with caps. I usually only get water in when I have a poor seal around the stake holes on top of the rails.
 

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I always had a roll of tape like Wexford described, stick it to the truck and sit the cap on it......
 

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Its better to stick the foam tape to the cap. Otherwise your driving around with tape stuck on your bedrail when the caps not on.
 

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Pretty much what I've seen and had on mine. Bed liner below the rail and adhesive foam tape on the cap.
 

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use 6 hold down clamps. Double first 18" on side rails. These were tricks told to me by the founder of Ranger Truck Caps here in Greensburg.
 
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