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2007 GMC Sierra Retractable Tonneau Covers

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Reviewed By TREVOR R (Kerrville, TX) Reviewed for a 2007 GMC Sierra —1/2/2012 5:30 AM

The BAK Rollback G2 is a great value. It does not have the features of some of the others, but is great for the money. Installation was no problem, but did have one issue. It comes from factory with shims installed on the inside of rails. These had to be removed for proper fit on my 1500. I did not realize until I had installed, then had to take apart and redo. Instructions are simple, Youtube install video is a plus.

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Reviewed By Jamie A (Vidalia, GA) Reviewed for a 2007 GMC Sierra —7/30/2008 4:03 AM

I really like the look and function of the cover. It was a pain in the butt to install by myself. The instructions are not very clear. Make sure you have a friend help. I am disappointed with the remote. I thought it would be the size of the one in the instructions. It is just smaller than a business card and is twice the size of a normal remote. I am happy overall. A little high priced.

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Reviewed By Ronald H (Mandeville, LA) Reviewed for a 2007 GMC Sierra —4/29/2008 8:55 AM

Overall, the installation was not difficult. However, there are a couple of issues that delayed it. First, the initial step of getting the cover in the bed, positioned, and the rails attached would have been much easier with two people. Second, two of the aluminum brackets did not fit properly, and I had to use my rotary tool to grind and polish them to get them to fit together. There was only one large drainage hole in the bed of the truck. Since the truck is leased, I did not want to drill a larger hole for the other side, and violate my lease agreement. You might consider including some type of plug for one of the drainage holes.

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