If you buy the cover and you get one free canvas saddle bag (along with TWO light strips), then you got lucky by getting old inventory. Newer inventory does not include the saddle bag and only includes one light strip.
I don't own a Lomax, but I've seen a dealer display. Likes: The finish does look really nice. Semi-dislikes: The cover just looks a little odd because it sits above the rails with no side seals. The aluminum on the bottom side of the panels have no finish, they are bare aluminum. I wonder if the the little rubber attachments and rubber band thing that are used when securing the open panels will last a while or break prematurely. None of these things are deal breakers for me, but......
Well, not so much for the RetraxOne, it only has one locking point which is not very good. RetraxPro covers have two locking points. The best is RollNLock A-Series if you are using the tailgate hardware piece. RNL is the only cover with four locking points.
Yep, all information is correct according to my research. Here's some interesting information: Go to YouTube and look up Undercover ChromaFlex (has painted panels). I'm not sure when this will be available though.
Unfortunately, the answer is no. If you had a regular lid, then the Extang Solid Fold 2.0 (toolbox edition), Access Lorado (toolbox edition), and Extang Trifecta 2.0 (toolbox edition) would be available.
All covers have their pros and cons including FoldACover. DARIN mentioned some pros. One small con, though, is that FoldACover still uses metal "piano" hinges which no one uses anymore. The seal that keeps water out of the piano hinge tends to break over time. The heavier the use of folding the cover, the quicker the seal will break. If you don't fold it very often, the seal should last a long time. The seal is replaceable.
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