That is a very good price for the top and installation especially since they needed to fiddle with the brackets. Hopefully the new brackets work. It is certainly worth a try. Once I get the truck this weekend I will try to make them up at a local steel mill and install them myself. The last one I had I installed on my Tundra with my wife and it turned out perfect. My first retrax I had installed from a local dealer, charged me $250 which loosened twice until I finally removed it and reinstalled it with my wife. That Retrax Pro MX is hard to beat. In my opinion it's the best roll top cover out there.I bought mine from a local dealer because I wasn't 100% sure it would fit and they were selling it installed.
They charged me USD $1899.00 installed. If I had a kid still at home to give me a hand , knew how easy it was to install, and knew it would fit I may have just searched for the cheapest online price.
Try Gator brand. I got a hard, folding, locking cover. Awesome quality and fit
Adrianp89 - what was "it" that pushed the rails inward? The rightonbrackets or the factory bolts (or both). Would changing the bolts to something more flush or countersunk work?
If you took a pic during your install- posting it would be great to add to the knowledge base. I wonder if additional info could be learned to improve rightonbrackets or other mods to make more covers work (better/ easier) . Keep us updated.