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Has anyone had their Roll N Lock installed where they actually drilled through the bulk head? I just had mine installed and that's exactly what they did instead of using the rubber inserts that are already there for the drain tubes.
They also cut the bed liner way to low and cut it crooked to boot.
I'll post some pics but first I have to go lick my wounds.

2 week old truck
 

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Re: Roll N Lock Istall Question? pics added

I paid in full, in advance via charge card but I may dispute it depending
on the solution he comes up with Monday.

But he did admit they screwed up drilling into metal but said the bed
is or was cut within roll n lock specs, you be the judge.
 

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I ran mine straight down through the plugs in the bed floor rather than the front. I figured it would allow the best possible drainage. I can't believe they drilled only a few inches above the existing holes.

 

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Now that's just lazy and stupid. Plus the cut on the bedliner looks like a 5 yr old did it with safety scissors. You should post up who did this install. Pathetic. I would not pay for the install and would make them reimburse me to fix the damage.
 

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The owner did agree to fixing the holes, but I think he meant his
guy, That ain't gonna happen!!!!

Three different shops say the entire bed has to come out to fix it
correctly. That ain't gonna happen!!!!

I'll fix it up best I can and move on that's all.
He also offered a new liner with install. That ain't gonna happen!!!!

I suggested a bed rug and I'll put it in. He also offered some discounts
on accessories, so we'll see how it goes when I go back and give him
a long list.
 

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Re: Roll N Lock Istall Question? Update

Well after all said and done, I received a credit for 80% off the original
cost of the roll n lock.

I think he was more than fair and was more than I expected.
 

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You will need to check those drain lines on occasion. They can become clogged and / or pop loose of the hole.
 

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Wow is all I can say!!! What a buther job! Make sure to seal the metal up quick so rust won,t start.
 
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