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Issue: What is the best tonneau cover?

There is a wide variety of tonneau covers available in the market. The best one would be one that fits your needs.

Factors to consider:
  • Easily stowed/removed
  • Durability
  • Strength
  • Functionality
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Old 04-25-2011, 03:24 AM   #1
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Looking for the best tonneau cover
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This is the one I would get if I needed to replace the one I have.

http://www.reflexxion.com/rfx/content/section/12/47/


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use the search function at the top right. lot of threads on this already btw


anyway my vote for best price and function is undercover. if i could have the one i really want there is a diamond tread one (forgot the name) that you can stack atvs on top of. (expensive)
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deffinately Diamondback truck covers. http://www.diamondbackcovers.com/
these will outlast your truck for sure.
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use the search function at the top right. lot of threads on this already btw


anyway my vote for best price and function is undercover. if i could have the one i really want there is a diamond tread one (forgot the name) that you can stack atvs on top of. (expensive)
I love my Undercover. But I don't do a lot up bulky hauling like ATV's or such that would require me to remove a hard cover often.
If you ever do, it's light enough for one person to do it.

Also makes a nice place to stand while washing the roof of my truck.
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Its all personal preference. If you like the utility of having a full bed a soft roll up or backflip cover is best for you. If you don't use your bed for large objects maybe look into a fiberglass hard cover. I use my truck as a truck and also to haul gear and other things that i like to keep dry so i bought an access roll up cover. Keeps things nice and dry and only takes less than 30 seconds to roll up and have full use of your bed to haul lumber, atv, lawnmower, ect.
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Installed the Bakflip F1 and I'm very happy with it.
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I like my bakflip Infact I made sure I got another 6.5 bed so I could use the same bed cover. Now I'm glad the only EB 6.5 bed the dealer had was a FX4
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I like my bakflip Infact I made sure I got another 6.5 bed so I could use the same bed cover. Now I'm glad the only EB 6.5 bed the dealer had was a FX4
Of course you are, since FX's are the best F150 trim out there........
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Of course you are, since FX's are the best F150 trim out there........
unless you count lariat, platinum, limited, king ranch, and harly davidson, lol! I probably forgot some too.
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