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Rev Hard Tonneau Leaks

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I have the BakFlip MX4.  We've had a lot of rain, some severe, in the last month and mine hardly leaks.  I'd definetly buy it again.


Based on the pictures, the front seals on yours are jacked up.  They also appear different than mine, but it's likely been revised since this topic was started.

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On 6/4/2020 at 10:12 PM, ForkliftJeff said:

I bought a 2020 AT4 a couple months ago and had the dealer install the hard tonneau cover. This thing lets in so much water it’s crazy. Does anybody have the installation instructions? Curious to see if they installed it wrong. It looks like it needs an adjustment. The triple lip seal at the back of the tonneau barely touches the tailgate and lets in water. It looks like I have enough contact at the front to adjust the whole thing back a quarter inch. Also there are two gutter tubes in the front corners that exit through holes in the front of the box and they leak more water into the box than they get out.  





I have one of these covers and mine only lets in water when I go through the auto wash... I think they have it installed wrong. 

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