Please complete this compatibility checklist BEFORE ordering your WheelWally! Figures can be found on the Installation page.

  1. Does your truck have a metal bed, a spray-on bed, a composite bed?
  2. 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?”

  3. Are your bike wheels standard sized (26″, 27.5″, 29″, or 700c) with no fenders?
    if yes:  Proceed to step 3.
    If no:  The WheelWally is not recommended for other wheel sizes.
    Please read the F.A.Q., “My bike has fenders. Is that ok?”

  4. Depending on your truck, you may need to drill installation holes.  Is this o.k.?
  5. If yes:  Proceed to step 4.
    If no:  Read the F.A.Q., “Does installation require drilling?”

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

  8. Enter your “truck bed depth” here: __________
  9. 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.

  10. Enter your truck bed “front rail width” here: __________
  11. See Fig. 3.  If your “front rail width” is between 1/2″ and 3 1/2″, go to step 7.
    For Toyota, Nissan, Slide-N-Lock, and most other “track systems”, go to step 7.
    If your “front rail width” is something else, we’re sorry, the WheelWally won’t fit.

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

  14. Enter your “useable bed length” here: __________
  15. See Fig. 3.  Proceed to step 9.

  16. Enter your “bike length plus 2 1/2 inches” here: __________
  17. See Fig. 5.  Proceed to step 10.

  18. Is “useable bed length” greater than “bike length plus 2 1/2 inches”…?
  19. If yes:  Install your WheelWally.  See Fig. 4.
    If no:  Please read the F.A.Q., “Does it work with short bed trucks?”