The only issue I've had so far is the seal on the rear panel is starting to peel off. It had started before I bought it. I think it was more about how the previous owner took care of it. They have made some improvements to many features on these covers since mine was built.
I think it is worth it, but I put it to good use. Two ATV’s on the cover and three in the trailer. Only One vehicle needed for our trips. I wish it had the line-x coating on it, but I bought it used for $1000.
Which cover are you entering to win? Chevy full size 6’6” box. Tell us why the LOMAX cover is perfect for your truck? I like the low profile design and the ease of use and removal. What features are most important to you when buying a tonneau cover, why? It has to be easy to use and easy to remove when you have large items to go in the box. Do you have a tonneau cover on your truck? If so, which cover is it? Why are you looking for a change? I have an Extang. It was on the truck when I bought it. It is ok, but I don’t really like the looks. I like the Agri-cover LOMAX Tri-Fold hard cover way better. What do you use your truck for? Atving, snowmobiling, camping, and yard work.
Yes shouldn't be a problem. Just go to your dealer and have them relearn them. My delete does it for free anytime. I did buy a tool to do it at home, just for convenience.
I have a friend with a 2011 dodge ram that is having the box sides replaced by the dealer. He had a blister above the wheel well. When he looked closer at it, he found there was a hole in the metal already. There is no way any vehicle should rust through that quick. The thing also clunks when he lets off the gas. He said this is his first and last dodge. He bought it because it was a better price than GM. He's paying for it now.
Well I couldn't find exactly what I wanted in a 2013 with the 4:10, so I have found a 2011 with 19k miles and all the options I wanted and then some. My dealer is going to bring it in from the US and should get it next week. Thanks for all the replies. Can't wait to get it and hook onto the new trailer and try this thing out.
The 2013's are done being made. They are releasing the 2014 1500's early and then will start to build the 2500's. My dealer said you won't see the 2014 2500 till fall. I don't see any real incentives as they are going to have a long wait between build dates. The HD's might dry up by then.
Thanks for all the replies. I feel better that i am making the right decision with the 4:10. The dealer has found me a truck with the 4:10 with almost everything i wanted, but in another province. I think I'll have to get it before its gone. If I order one now it won't be on till the fall. I guess they are bringing the 2014 1500's out early and holding the hd's back a bit. I would go with the Dmax, but I only live ten minutes from work. I think the short runs would be too hard on a diesel.
We just ordered a new 5th wheel camper that is 8500 lbs dry and has a gross weight of close to 12000 lbs. I'm looking to pull the trigger on a new 2500HD gasser and am trying to decide on which rear ratio to go with. I think the 3:73 is under rated but not sure I want to go with the 4:10. I won't ever have it to the full 12000 lbs. Anyone with experience with both configurations? How much difference will there be on fuel mileage?
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