Does that ARE cap back window overlap the tailgate "spoiler" and in a sense would "lock" the tailgate?
The photos of the truck from the bay area with the Leer 100XR make me think I might get one.
Was just quoted it for $1695 plus tax, installed. Was also told Leer offers a liner for free, whatever that means.
We ordered one last weekend and the base of the window is molded to the exact shape of the tailgate. You would have to destroy the window to open the gate and at that point you would be in so who cares if the gate locks. We are still considering adding a lock to the gate but will figure that out after the cap is installed. We looked at the tonneau and there is no way to open the gate with that.Does that ARE cap back window overlap the tailgate "spoiler" and in a sense would "lock" the tailgate?
See if you can find a couple that are chargeable via micro-usb. Put velcro on them, stick one to the lid and have other one in cab on charger.I know me so having to tied to the lights is not a bad idea. Save my battery.
I am going to stick an LED battery one next to the installed one. That way I am only out a few AA batteries if I and when I screw up.
Thanks, CS! That helps a lot. It is surprising, though, that you're not seeing more water on the front window of the cap from rain coming in a 1/2" gap at the top of the cab and cap.Pictures of the gap. I hope it helps....