WheelWally

WheelWally Compatibility Checklist

Please complete this checklist BEFORE ordering your WheelWally!
See Installation Instructions for figures.


 1.    Does your truck have a metal bed, a spray-on bed, a composite bed?
        If yes:  Proceed to step 2.
        If no:  You probably have a drop-in bed liner.
        The WheelWally is generally NOT compatible with drop-in bed liners. 
        Please read the F.A.Q., "Can I install a WheelWally over my drop-in bed liner?".

 2.    Does your bike have standard (26", 27.5", 29", or 700c) sized wheels…?
        If yes:  Proceed to step 3.
        If no:  The WheelWally is not recommended for other wheel sizes.

 3.    Depending on your truck, you may need to drill installation holes.  Is this o.k.?  
        If yes:  Proceed to step 4.
        If no:  Read the F.A.Q. and Installation pages to see if any drilling is required.

 4.    Can you reach over the sides of your truck and touch your truck bed?
        If yes:  Proceed to step 5.  
        If no:  Watch the "Short Video".  Can you reach all 3 straps?

 5.    Enter your "truck bed depth" here: __________
        See Fig. 3.  If your "truck bed depth" is between 14 1/2" and 23", go to step 6.
        If your "truck bed depth" is something else, we're sorry, the WheelWally won't fit.

  6.   Enter your truck bed "front rail width" here: __________
        See Fig. 3.  If your "front rail width" is between 1/2" and 3 1/2", go to step 7.
        If you have a Toyota or Nissan "track system" on your truck, go to step 7.
        If your "front rail width" is something else, we're sorry, the WheelWally won't fit.

 7.    Do you have a long-bed, 8 foot, full sized, truck bed…?
        If yes:  Install your WheelWally. See Fig. 4.
        If no:  Proceed to step 8.

  8.   Enter your "useable bed length" here: __________
        See Fig. 3.  Proceed to step 9.

  9.   Enter your "bike length plus 4 inches" here: __________
        See Fig. 5.  Proceed to step 10.

10.   Is "useable bed length" greater than "bike length plus 4 inches"…?
        If yes:  Install your WheelWally.  See Fig. 4.
        If no:   Please read the F.A.Q., "Does it work with short bed trucks?".


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