That is good to hear. How long did it take you to install it?
Do you use the bulkhead seal if you have a spray-in bed liner?
Please post some pictures if you can.
I need to get a new posting site my old one is dead.
But here is what I did per my conversation with BAK before the install.
With the bed liner hey told me to put the bulk head seal on the cover flap not the bed. That was fine I still had the two small gaps at the corners. BAK sent me a 1/4 strip to seal the gap. Now on this I did put this seal to the bed. It stuck really well.
I can take the two bolts lose and flip the flap up then put it down where the two seal mesh solid with no light.
They also recomended have a second person there to hold down and out on the rails. This will seal the rails better a you clamp them.
Side to side fit is a no brained. The front to back you just need to make sure to adjust it so you seal at the front and seal at the back.
The rubber flaps will have kinks from being folded but one day in the sun will seal it fat.
It took us about 45 min to do this but I did something really weak and copied the instructions off the web and read them weeks before I even bought the truck.
All having other co workers who installed them with their tips helped.
It really was no harder than the last two soft TruXedo covers I have done in the last year.
The two drain tubes went to the two round holes to the front side. They are 7/8 the same size as the tubes and can be force to accept the tubes.
You can also hole saw the oval plugs but I did not like them as much. The small holes are up out of the way more.
The Bedrug proved no issue as you just cut the holes, hooks and bed lights in and the cover avoids all of it.
It folds well but make sure you get the rubber bumpers right to protect the cab.
I would recommend only buying the covers they offer with the universal gate seal as you do not have to open the top to shut the gate.
I know the MX4 and F1 both have them.
I will need to get the photos figured out.
For the most part many covers are fine. I chose the BAK mostly because I worked with other owners that were happy.
But over all the quality and install were great now it is up to time to see how it holds up. It does have a three year warranty.