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Old 09-07-2015, 11:09 AM   #1
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I'm looking for a tonneau, preferably a roll up, that doesn't take up space at the rails of the box. I tend to haul things that just barely fit between the rails and use the entire length of the bed. Every one I look at seems to have a "shelf" for cover supports to rest on that intrudes into the box of the truck. Can anyone recommend a cover that isn't set up like that?
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Truxedo Truxport is a soft roll up that sits atop the bed side rails. I have it on mine and I am satisfied with it.
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