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Old 01-27-2013, 12:59 PM   #1
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Default My new tonneau cover

Just wanted to share my new tonneau cover pics also wanted to say that it did actually help my fuel mileage by about 2 mpg.

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Old 01-28-2013, 11:18 AM   #2
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Looks good. Good brand I have one of there's too
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Looks good..I'm cuurently searching for the right cover to suit my needs.There is alot of options to consider.
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Nice! I'm seriously considering getting an Undercover for my hard-to-fit Flareside.
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Just wanted to share my new tonneau cover pics also wanted to say that it did actually help my fuel mileage by about 2 mpg.

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Those are supposed to be "easy" to take off with "2" people. Can you comment on the attachment system, maybe some pics, and the removal process? Pretty please?
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if its not windy i can remove it by myself. there are four attachment points, 2 quick disconnect lift supports and two clips at the front of the bed. on or off in 10 minutes or less.
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Very Nice
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Just wanted to share my new tonneau cover pics also wanted to say that it did actually help my fuel mileage by about 2 mpg.

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i trying to find a used one like that, the classic or se, for my raptor. are the raptor beds the same size as other 5.5 ft. late model f-150's, such that the undercovers will fit the same?
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Nice. I was looking at Undercover and ARE, I've seen a few undercovers (on older vehicles) and I saw some paint scraped where the corners hit when it opens up. Is that just a poor installation or normal for this cover?
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