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post #61 of 73 (permalink) Old 09-17-2019, 06:57 PM Thread Starter
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After reading this I bought the set for my 19 Mega and they fit for the front over the hump but does not fit rear at all just fyi to anyone wanting to buy them.
Oops, sorry about that. Never have had any in the rear...or ever used the rear seat for that matter, in any Rams except the 1500.

Maybe if we start telling people that the brain is an app, they will start using it?

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a last thought on the rear panel. i do plan to get some magnetic strips, and back it with velcro, so i can
get rid of the strips on the tailgate. it will make it easier to get the rear panel released from the top of
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a last thought on the rear panel. i do plan to get some magnetic strips, and back it with velcro, so i can

get rid of the strips on the tailgate. it will make it easier to get the rear panel released from the top of

the tailgate.


Awesome, thanks for the pics. Thatís much better than I was seeing in a google image search. A couple looked to be about a 4 or 5 inch gap.

I think I might go with the Black and Tan look. Thanks again!
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husky mud flaps installed. really good fit.
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After reading this I bought the set for my 19 Mega and they fit for the front over the hump but does not fit rear at all just fyi to anyone wanting to buy them.
Oops, sorry about that. Never have had any in the rear...or ever used the rear seat for that matter, in any Rams except the 1500.
I have the laramie mega. Not sure if they make it in the trades.
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made a small adjustment to the hold down mechanism with the softopper. the factory ships you velcro
strips to stick on the top tailgate area that matches the velcro on the flap. i procured a roll of magnet
strip and a roll of velcro. stuck them together, and now the magnet attaches to the duck tail. got the
sticky velcro strips off of the tailgate. hold down the rear sail panel up to 90ish. easier access. softopper
should sew in a magnet strip and do away with the current set up.






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mine is a crew. do they make a mega tradesman?
I wish.....

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I wish.....
that's what i thought. i would have had one vs the
crew. having said that, the crew FEELS like a mega
compared to my 3rd gen, so still happy.

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I have a 2019 Duelly and Notice that there is a 12 x 12 inch hole in the top of the Rear Wheel Wells. Is there an aftermarket plastic inner liner that works to keep road debris out of this major hole? Should the inner fender be sprayed with undercoating?

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