Reviewed By John S (Auburndale, FL) Reviewed for a 2006 GMC Sierra —2/8/2016 7:08 AM
my 2006 GMC Sierra did not come with a Front Bed Cap. It fits great 2 minute install and if you have a Tonno cover it will fit better too.
Reviewed By Stephen J (Greenville, MS) Reviewed for a 2013 Chevy Silverado —2/1/2016 8:18 PM
Easy to install and fit well except on the end close to the can of the truck. The caps will not stay down and tend to come up adopt 1/4 inch on that end. Will try to find more double sided tape and see if that will hold the end down.
If the tops of your truck bed are covered in scratches, dents and dings, you’ll take a hit when it comes time to sell or trade in. Stem the tide of potential damage with truck accessories like bed caps and bed rails.
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Your truck bed is tough enough to haul around all your gear, but that doesn’t mean it couldn’t use a little protection. When you set your rig up with bed caps, tailgate protectors and truck bed liners, your truck not only gets the extra protection it needs, but it also gets extra style.
Is there any truck accessory that epitomizes both form and function? Well, there is, and it’s called a bed cap—or a set of truck bed caps. Designed to deliver an extra layer of protection on your truck bed rails, bed caps just happen to look cool, too. And whenever something does so much, and looks cool, some of us are left to wonder about how to install bed caps.