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Old 09-28-2014, 07:43 AM   #1
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Hi, does anyone have an opinion on the gator trax tonneau cover? I really like the retrax pro for its security but the price tags is a bit high. I found the gator trax but I can't find any reviews. I want a cover that does not leak and that is sturdy. Thanks for your time......
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I don't, but I do have (and like) this one: http://www.bakfliptonneaucover.com/bakflip_g2

I have been very pleased with it, personally.
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cool thanks.
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Well, it looks like the GatorTrax covers are just rebadged. The GatorTrax retractable cover is a RetraxOne.
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well thats interesting. I though I had it narrowed down but I looked at the Rollbak G2 and that caught my eye.
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Well, it looks like the r are just rebadged. The GatorTrax retractable cover is a RetraxOne.
I agree,,,thats a retraxone
I wonder how they did that, Patent issues ?
But whatever the case I originally ordered the Bakflip F1 with the agreement that,, if I dident like it I could send it back. I sent it back.
Iv had the Retrax Pro for a couple years now
NO regrets whatsoever ,installed it myself ,great Retrax coustomer service ,
No leaks( I have a bedrug so if it leaks and runs in back of it I dont see it ),,no problem opening it when its covered with freezing rain.
I can still put my full size quad in the back when needed.
The RETRAX pro is Aluminum and I can stand on it ,and the RETRAXONE is polycarbonat . I just saw one a couple days ago , its a nice cover
I couldent find any info on what it is but I'm assuming the Gatortrax is polycarbonat
The price on the gatorTrax seems to be in line with the REtrax
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I have a retrax one and love it. Let me know if you have any questions about it.
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You may want to check Pace Edward's JackRabbit and their new Switchblade, compare them here, http://4wheelonline.com/retractable-...-covers.201246
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After looking at everything, I'm leaning toward the Rollbak G2
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After looking at everything, I'm leaning toward the Rollbak G2
Do you mean the Bakflip G2 or the Rollbak?
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