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Old 04-16-2018, 11:20 AM
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I’ve had the Truxedo Lo pro tonneau on my truck since 2008. They replaced the tarp once and part of the latch as well. No questions asked and they didn’t need me to return any parts.

Its been great and and I will definitely get another when I get a new truck.
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Old 04-16-2018, 12:32 PM
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I second (or third) the Truxedo LoPro. Had one on my Silverado and now on the Ford. I chose that because I don't care for the looks of the ones that sit on top of bed rails. These tuck just inside to give them that low profile look. Not to mention the lifetime warranty.

Picked mine up from Kyle at Truck Alterations , who is a vendor on here. Cheapest I found anywhere, he definitely hooks you up.

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Old 04-16-2018, 03:37 PM
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Originally Posted by Chuck Van View Post
Guess I wasn't clear:

1) on the fold up covers, does EVERY section fold so the last section folds against the cab so you have FULL length access to the box ??? Or does the two rear sections fold on top of the section behind the cab and you loose that room ??

2) on the ROLL up covers. Looks like they only have two side rails, what holds it across the tail gate top and across the bed behind the cab ??

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I recently purchased a soft tri-fold cover from extang, mine folds twice and sits flat at the front of the bed behind the cab losing a foot or two of space, but they do offer a model that has shock absorbers that allow you to lift that third final section up against the rear cab glass allowing you access to the full truck bed.

On my old ranger i had an extang button soft roll up with side rails and the back rail above the tailgate would stay in place with one spring lock on either side. When the tailgate was opened the rail would not move, especially when buttoned up with the cover. With the cover rolled up the back rail was very easy to remove to allow access for lawnmowers and whatever else you would want to put in there. This wouldn't affect the side rails in any way as they were clamped to the top side rails.

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Old 04-18-2018, 05:26 PM
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Ok I bought the Truxedo made one thru Ford, same price as the non logoed on
simple to put on
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Old 04-18-2018, 07:36 PM
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I bought a great roll up and loved it. Then I replaced it with the rollbak with aluminum under the vinyl Best money I ever spent.
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I like my truxedo lopro qt. Keeps things dry, and rolls up out of the way when needed.

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I like my truxedo lopro qt. Keeps things dry, and rolls up out of the way when needed.

Nice tonneau, but that 11th gen, WOW.
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https://bakflip.com/bak-revolver-x4-tonneau-cover.html

I have a bakflip. THey are pricey($900) but they are the lowest profile. walking up to my truck at eye level, some people can't even tell if a tonneu is installed as it's pretty much the same height as the factory bed rail covers.

My brother in law gave it to me, so, if I had to buy it myself, the price would be the issue. But the cover itself is great, it rolls up and is strong aluminum underneath you can actually stand on it.

https://bakflip.com/media/catalog/pr...-bi-15.303.jpg

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I have the Access Lorado soft rollup. Great cover for the money and U.S. made.
https://www.accesscover.com/lorado/#
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Originally Posted by ReaperHWK View Post
https://bakflip.com/bak-revolver-x4-tonneau-cover.html

I have a bakflip. THey are pricey($900) but they are the lowest profile. walking up to my truck at eye level, some people can't even tell if a tonneu is installed as it's pretty much the same height as the factory bed rail covers.

My brother in law gave it to me, so, if I had to buy it myself, the price would be the issue. But the cover itself is great, it rolls up and is strong aluminum underneath you can actually stand on it.

https://bakflip.com/media/catalog/pr...-bi-15.303.jpg
Some site vendors sell for less..just got one 750
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