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Old 03-19-2015, 10:10 AM   #1
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I'm looking for a fairly inexpensive tonneau cover. I don't live in the city so driving an hour or two to buy a tonneau is not an option. I need a brand/company that is reputable in Canada(BC). Anybody know a good place?
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After asking around, I finally pulled the trigger on a tonneau cover but I’m glad it took me so long to make up my mind. Honestly, taking so long to decide usually comes back to bite me, but not this time. I just ordered a BAKFLIP G2 and got it on sale to boot (paid $849 CDN – saved about $170) so I’m pretty pumped. It’s actually my first hard fold. I’ve been happy will the Lo Roll, but just wanted something with a little more security.


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I went with the BAKFlip VP, so far very happy with it. Delivery was quick, install was easy, has a nice clean low profile. The only issue I have is when folded all the way up to gain access to use full bed it blocks your rear view window view.


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Nice! I'm also looking for a cover but don't want soft. I've seen soft ones that just look all droopy with time if you know what i mean. I want something that will look good for a long time.
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Nice! I'm also looking for a cover but don't want soft. I've seen soft ones that just look all droopy with time if you know what i mean. I want something that will look good for a long time.


Know what you mean I had one on my old Ford, the BAKFlip VP gives you a soft cover look but has solid panels.
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The Bak folding hard cover is definitely a good option. Secured and will last for several years.
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Anyone have experience with the Tonneau Pro covers?
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I have the Access roll-up soft cover and in over 3 years of north Georgia heat and cold winters, it's just as taut as day 1. Shows no wear at all.
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I'm still evaluating covers, trying to decide which way to go.. I do have Bull rings in the front pockets...
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