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Old 03-12-2013, 11:58 PM   #21
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After thinking about it for a while, i decided the hard cover wouldn't work so well for me. I always have lumber, ladders, snowmobiles, etc. sticking out of the back. So i found this Advance Cover for $75. It locks, is pretty watertight, and folds up out of the way really nicely. It comes off in 30 seconds if need be. I'm pretty impressed with it, and it definitely suits my needs.

I like that. Mine is a trifold style and its pretty nice but it's not watertight which I would like. You got tgat one for 75 new?
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I'm curious what you guys have in the bed that needs to be covered and water tight like that? I just never got the idea of covering up my bed...I use it to much haha
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I'm curious what you guys have in the bed that needs to be covered and water tight like that? I just never got the idea of covering up my bed...I use it to much haha
I've got the Extang Trifecta that comes off in 5 seconds if I need to use the bed. But speaking for only myself I needed one to protect my babies stroller and golf bags and what not. They tend to get moldy if you leave them in an uncovered truck bed. Lol
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I like that. Mine is a trifold style and its pretty nice but it's not watertight which I would like. You got tgat one for 75 new?
No, its used. They are around $700 new. As for keeping things dry and using the bed. I work construction, so a locking, watertight home for my tools and materials is kind of nice.
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sorry no pics but i,ve got an alunimum roll up. it was on the truck when i bought it. pretty nice but i priced them like 700.00 and up
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