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I installed the bed extender yesterday. Pretty straightforward install, took an hour or so. My problem is that when you install it near the front of the bed, by the window, it looks as if the brackets are an inch or so short. The extender sits crooked in the bed, the rubber feet make it stick up. The feet happen to land on a spot where the ridges in the bed are at a high spot. Anyone else have the same thing ???
 

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Yes, it has a slight angle; but I'd say the height change is closer to 1/2". I didn't even notice it until your post. Does it bother you, or do you think it will be a problem?
 

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rtpjunior said:
I installed the bed extender yesterday. Pretty straightforward install, took an hour or so. My problem is that when you install it near the front of the bed, by the window, it looks as if the brackets are an inch or so short. The extender sits crooked in the bed, the rubber feet make it stick up. The feet happen to land on a spot where the ridges in the bed are at a high spot. Anyone else have the same thing ???
Don't forget to get a lock for your bed extender. I purchased a bike cable from Krypotonite. Hopefully that will be enough to deter possible theives.
 

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Yes, it has a slight angle; but I'd say the height change is closer to 1/2". I didn't even notice it until your post. Does it bother you, or do you think it will be a problem?
It looks like if I removed the rubber feet, it would straighten out. And Yes, I have cable lock on it.................
 
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