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Yes. The bed rails are at an angle, so you can reach in and seal it. I'll see if I can get some video of the process with a Ridgeline, but it may take a few days.

EDIT: I talked with my colleague, Traci, who owns a Ridgeline. She said it's never a challenge to set the hook-and-loop when closing her cover. Next time she drives it here, I'll get some photos or video if that helps.
Thanks. Your assurances and a close-up photo would suffice, actually.
 

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Unfortunately I took it off and scrapped it. Can't believe how it fell apart. Complete junk. I would recommend this cover to nobody. Tri-folds are the way to go.
Retrax is a good option too, but they do take up some room in the bed (about 9" if I recall). Ours has served us well for almost 10 years. It's lockable & makes for a good amount of additional secured space (in addition to cab & trunk), when coupled with a tailgate lock (ours works with the rest of the doors via key 'fob'). More expensive though, I'm sure.
 
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