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Old 01-11-2014, 05:29 PM   #21
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BakFlip G2. Love it. Even have bike mounts for up to 3 bikes attached to mine, still very sturdy and no water.



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Old 01-11-2014, 05:54 PM   #22
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Have a Tonno-Pro soft tri fold. I really wished I saved for a bakflip vp. The corners on the tailgate side stick up a little bit. You can see the frame, and it "flaps" in the wind. Only good think about it is the ease of use and it keeps the bed dry for the most part.
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Put it back on this morning. Took all of a couple of minutes. F150 looks great again. Now to store it until spring and put the 03 - 4X4 on winter call. LOL
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Just put on the bakflip rollx and got the bakbox2 as well... I like that it's a hard roll up cover. Very nicely built.
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The Solid Fold F150 is now winter storage. It operated successfully with probably 10 fold backs for larger cargo's. Now on with the rest of winter with the 2003 4X4.
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I have a solid tri fold expensive, but looks good on my truck!
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I remember once again why I love my 11 ta 12 F150 with the Extang Solid Fold. My 2003 4X4 gets 16 MPG while the 11 gets 20 MPG.
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Got a big bottle of Showroom New ( permanent black ) for the 2003 4X4 and if Extang starts to show some age.
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Since I have a tool box, ACCESS, is the only company that makes a tonneau cover for that application.....Check them out: www.access.com
It only took 2 days. I ordered it on Thursday and it was here Saturday..
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Ive got a no name trifold soft cover on my truck that I bought off Craigslist for $80. I was sick of snapping my previous Extang Blackmax cover on and off, a real pain in cold weather. That was also a $80 Craigslist find. I sold it for $50 on CL after using it for 4 years.


Im always hauling scrap metal and random stuff so an easily removable cover is great.
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