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Old 04-13-2011, 10:39 AM   #1
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hey guys im having some black nurf bars and a access cover tonneau cover on my silver 09 screw on monday. my question to you is what do you think of the access cover brand? im getting the access tonno sport, if any one has this i would like to hear your oppinion. ill post pictures as soon as i get them installed. this is their website http://www.agricover.com/index.php/p...s/category/C9/
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To me I think thier probably the best brand for a roll up you can get, but I have only had "the original", not sure whats different. my last one was on 3 different pickups, and sat outside.
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I like mine. Its a great cover but I have the Lorado Low Profile. I've only heard good things about it so I picked one up even though I was planning to get the Truxedo Low Pro QT.

BTW, Anyone know what to clean these with? Ive heard that Armorall is a NO NO.

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Old 04-13-2011, 11:26 AM   #4
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mi-skidoo ill check with the guys that are installing it on monday to find out what is best to clean it and post it monday with the pictures. also, thanks for the picture that really gives me a good idea what it might look like
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I also have the original cover on 3 trucks,the oldest about 13 years.highly recommend it also.
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I have had the Lorado and the Literider. They make a great cover but I decided against one for this truck because I don't like the slant back design. For my last 2 trucks it allowed water in by the tailgate because they didn't seal well there because the material bunches and puckers out at the slant.
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Ive noticed the rear seal on the tailgate isnt real tight, but I can live with it. I haven't driven it in a hard rain yet. I might try scooting it back a little. Going through the car wash let in a little water but nothing that didnt dry quickly. I also bought an access LED light kit and the tailgate seal kit when I got mine. I ran a wire from the battery along the frame rail.

Oh and yes my bed mat doesn't fit (yet) It came out of my Sierra Crew. I wasnt gonna give it to the dealer when I turned it in.

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I have the Access roll-up tonneau. Second truck I installed this on. Summers are hot here in Florida and no wear at all.
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Ive noticed the rear seal on the tailgate isnt real tight, but I can live with it. I haven't driven it in a hard rain yet. I might try scooting it back a little. Going through the car wash let in a little water but nothing that didnt dry quickly. I also bought an access LED light kit and the tailgate seal kit when I got mine. I ran a wire from the battery along the frame rail.

Oh and yes my bed mat doesn't fit (yet) It came out of my Sierra Crew. I wasnt gonna give it to the dealer when I turned it in.

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that looks great! where did you get the light kit? although, I think everything is better in pairs such as women and their kc daylighter's so I would have to install 2 kits. and I would also like to thank everyone for their responces it makes me feel like I made a good choice!
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I have an access roll up and love it! looks great and keeps everything dry. only a few little drops right around the tailgate...but i never installed my tailgate seal because it never bothered me. Takes about 10 seconds to roll and unroll so you can easily load/unload or have full use of bed space.

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