Truck Lids are available for the following make and models:
- 73-87 Chevy Full Size Pickup
- 88-98 Chevy Short Bed / Regular Bed
- 88-98 Chevy Stepside Short Bed
- 99-06 Chevy Short Bed / Regular Cab
- 99-06 Chevy Stepside Short Bed
- 94-03 Chevy S-10 Short Bed
- 05-06 Chevy Silverado Crew Cab
- 04-08 Chevy Colorado 4 Door
- 07-08 Chevy Crew Cab
- 94-01 Dodge Ram Short Bed
- 02-08 Dodge Ram Short Bed
- 73-96 Ford Full Sized Pickup
- 87-96 Ford Full Sized Pickup
- 97-03 Ford F-150 Fleetside Short Bed
- 97-03 Ford F-150 Flareside Short Bed
- 01-03 Ford F-150 Super Crew Short Bed
- 04-07 Ford F-150 Fleetside Short Bed
- 04-05 Ford F-150 Super Crew Short Bed
- 04-08 Ford F-150 Crew Cab
- 73-87 GMC Full Sized Pickup
- 88-98 GMC Pickup Short Bed
- 88-98 GMC Stepside Short Bed
- 99-06 GMC Sierra Short Bed
- 99-06 GMC Sierra Stepside Short Bed
- 05-06 GMC Sierra Crew Cab
- 04-08 GMC GMC Canyon 4 Door
- 94-03 Sonoma
- 94-03 Hombre
- 04-06 I350 Crew Cab
- 07-08 I370 Crew Cab
- 86-97 Nissan Hard Body Short Bed
- 04-08 Nissan Titan 4 Dr. Crew Cab Short Bed
- 04-08 Nissan Titan 4 Dr. Crew Cab
- 89-95 Toyota Tacoma Regular Cab
- 94-97 Toyota T-100 Regular Cab
- 96-04 Toyota Tacoma Regular Cab Short Bed
- 00-06 Toyota Tundra Regular Cab Short Bed
To Place Order for Hardtops - CALL Jerry@(800) 664-8677
To Ask a Question about Jeep hardtops - E-mail: Jerry(AT)rallytops.com
- White gel-coat finish
- The best way to color match your truck to the lid, is to let your local painter do it.
Or just leave it white.
- Wrap-around edge rail for a factory look
- Makes your truck look like a real custom ride.
- Rear wing for that sporty look
- Sets your truck off from all other trucks. Gives you that aero look.
- Composite resin filled honeycomb construction
- Keeps your lid straight and true.
- All steel laminated hinge system
- Strong and light weight.
- Double rotary locks
- Secures your cargo.
- Dual heavy-duty gas struts
- Easy lift and well balanced to last.
- Double rubber weather seal
- Two rows of weather seal to keep your cargo dry.
- Nylon pull strap
- Metal anchored pull strap, won't pull out.
To Place Order Truck Lids- CALL Jerry@ (800) 664-8677
To Ask a Question about Jeep hardtops - E-mail: Jerry@rallytops.com
Truck Lid Installation Instructions
If you are not familiar with the use of hand tools, or not accustomed to working on motor
vehicles, have a dealer or accessory shop install your fiberglass truck lid. Carefully read all
the instructions prior to attempting to fit the lid. Before fitting the lid, park vehicle on level
ground in a well lit area and apply the emergency brake. After installation, check that the lid
works correctly and lock it securely. Periodically check all fasteners for tightness. Retighten
only loose fasteners. When using power or hand tools, always wear the correct protective
clothing and eye protection recommended by the tool manufacturer.
1. Marking for the front plates.
With the assistance of another
person, position lid on truck bed. The
lid should fit square and be evenly
spaced about the truck. The rear of
the lid should stick out about 1/4” to
1/2” away from the tailgate. DO NOT
PUSH LID UP AGAINST THE
TAILGATE. Using the hinges in the
lid, mark with a pencil, the position
for the hinge plates.
The “A” marks will determine the fore
and aft positioning.
The “B” marks determine the lateral
positioning of the lid.
2. Mounting corner brackets.
The front of the bed has to be
reinforced with the brackets from the
kit. Position one of the brackets as
shown in the diagram, using the
bracket as a guide, drill 6, 1/8” holes.
Repeat for other side. Attach the
brackets using the 3/4” flat head
sheet metal screws from the kit.
3. Mounting front hinge plates.
Slide the lid back about 2 feet. Line up
the hinge with the marks as shown in
diagram. Using the hinge plate as a
guide. Drill a 1/8” hole in the middle of
the elongated holes of the hinge plate.
Caution: Make Sure the Hinge Plates
Do Not Move While You Are Drilling
These Holes. Using the 5/8” round
head sheet metal screws, attach both
hinge plates to the bed.
4. Attaching lid to hinge plates.
With the assistance of another person, lift the rear of the lid and slide it forwards, so that the lid
hinges hook and engage the hinge plate slots. Check the fit, remove the lid and make adjustments if
needed. Then drill the outer holes in the hinge plate and install screws to secure thebracket to the
5. Mounting shock brackets.
Lift the lid at the back and open the tail gate
and then lower the lid to the closed position.
With a flashlight, crawl into the truck bed and
mark the location of the center of the ball
shock bracket on the lid. Now measure BACK
from that mark 18” and mark the truck rail at
that point. Using the lower shock bracket as a
template. Drill 2 each, 3/16” holes, ensuring
that the center of the ball shock, is at the
marked position. Mount the lower shock
brackets using the self tapping sheet metal
screws supplied. Attach the lift shocks to the
brackets (they will snap into place over the ball
part of the brackets). With the assistance of
another person, lift the lid to the open position
and snap the lift shocks into the brackets on
6. Mounting the lock striker plates.
Open the tailgate, lower the lid with the locks in
the unlocked position. When the lid is down,
turn the locks to the locked position. Use a
pencil to mark the center of the lock cam on
both sides of the truck bed. Unlock the locks
and raise the lid. Attach the striker plates to the
sides of the bed with the 5/8 sheet metal
screws. The center of the plate aligning with
the center of the pencil mark. With the tailgate
still open, lower the lid with the locks in the
unlocked position. Turn the locks to the locked
position and adjust the lock adjuster nut, so
that the lock cam exerts a small amount of
pressure on the striker plate. Using the two
wrenches, cinch up the lock nut on the lock.
Repeat on the other side. Unlock and open the
The locks must always be in the unlocked position before closing the lid. Failure to do
this will result in scratched paint and damage locks.
7. Check all fasteners.
Check that all fasteners are secure and that the lid operates correctly. Check that the locks securely
hold the lid in position. Make sure when the lid opens and closes, it does ot scrape against any of
the vehicle's body work.
This lid is designed to be easily removed. With the lid
open, detach the shock ends from the shock brackets
(see diagram). With the help of another person,
continue lifting the lid until it detaches from the front
Removing Lift Shocks from Shock Mounts
Using a screwdriver blade, lift the spring clip away
from the shock end (Do Not totally remove clip). Pull
shock end away from the shock mount and release
the spring clip.
This truck lid can be hazardous if installed or operated improperly.
Read the instructions prior to installing or operating the lid.
SEVERE INJURY can result if you do not follow these instructions and warnings.
Always open the truck lid fully before reaching into the truck bed. The truck lid may accidentally close
on you if the truck lid is not gully open.
Always have the truck lid closed and locked while the truck is in motion. The wind draft may force the
truck lid open and may disengage from the vehicle.
Always have the truck lid closed and locked when the truck is being towed. The wind draft may force
the truck lid open and may disengage from the vehicle.
Never place or install small items on top of the truck lid
Your Rally Tops is usually shipped via Con-way Freight. They are a nation-wide commercial freight carrier. After your top has shipped, we will contact you with a tracking number and a phone number for your local Con-way freight terminal. Please contact them for your date and time of delivery. Somebody needs to be present when your Rally Top arrives. You must inspect it for damage, before you sign for it. You are signing that you received it in good condition. So it is very important to open it up, look inside, and if it’s in good condition, sign for it. Ask Con-way about additional services, such as lift-gate service or inside delivery. These services can be arranged prior to delivery and are not covered by your prepaid freight charge. In other words, they cost extra and you will have to pay for these service directly to Con-way.
1 Day Shipping.......$125.*
2 Day Shipping.......$175.*
3 Day Shipping.......$195.*
4 Day Shipping.......$225.*
*Residential Delivery Please Add $25.
We strive to deliver 100% customer satisfaction. If for any reason you are not satisfied with our products, you
may return them within 30 days of receipt for a full refund, excluding shipping & handling.