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I am looking to purchase first Ridgeline, and admit I plan on a camper shell. If you are okay with that here's my question: is there an issue with access to bed storage if I install a shell? I saw someone raise this issue somewhere and feel I need to get it answered. In other words, can i still open the locking storage fully with a camper shell on top?
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I am looking to purchase first Ridgeline, and admit I plan on a camper shell. If you are okay with that here's my question: is there an issue with access to bed storage if I install a shell? I saw someone raise this issue somewhere and feel I need to get it answered. In other words, can i still open the locking storage fully with a camper shell on top?
Thanks,
Geezrmike
I'm not sure if you can open it all the way but you an open it enough to do what you need to do.

I haven't been able to open my trunk lid any higher than the top of the side walls of my bed for about 2 years due to a modification I did to the side walls of my bed. I don't really miss being able to open it all the way. It really hasn't been an issue. I can still get my spare out and reach the back of the trunk.
 

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I have a 2008 rtl I got used. I immediately got a Leer shell for it. I built a wooden steped instert for the truck bed and carpeted it for the dog. I'll take some pix. I cut the 4 x 8 plywood so I can still open the inbed trunk. I can open it all the way with the cap. I'm very satisfied with how it all turned out.
 
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