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  1. Anyone have a solution for the elbow-grinding hard plastic console lid cover? (Hopefully a GM part number for an SLE type softer cover, or the entire lid assembly)
  2. Zane & Josh, The Merva Brothers Founders, GM-Trucks.com November 23rd, 2018 Earlier this year we installed the Agri-Cover LORADO soft roll-up cover on GM-Trucks.com's 2011 GMC Sierra. Bed covers are one of the best utility to value products you can get for a pickup and we were impressed how useful Agri-Cover's premium soft cover solution was on our Sierra. When we took delivery of our brand new 2019 Silverado a few weeks ago, Agri-Cover couldn't wait to let us know they had a premium hard tri-fold cover, the LOMAX, that would be on sale soon and would fit our brand new bed size. Before we knew it, a brand new LOMAX arrived at our garage. After the LORADO earned its keep over the Summer of 2018, we're ready to subject the LOMAX to the Winter of 2019. We installed the Agri-Cover LOMAX Hard Tri-Fold Bed Cover a few days ago and here's how it went and what we think. What is it? Access Cover LOMAX Hard Tri-Fold Cover Model Number: B1020079 for 2019+ Chevrolet Silverado / GMC Sierra 1500 w/ 5’ 8” bed MSRP: $1,039 (as of November 2018) Manufacturer Website: https://www.agricover.com/lomax/ Main Features Low profile - sits ½ inch above bed rails Made of extruded lightweight aluminum Weather tight, water shedding design Designed to remove and reinstall easily Competitive Products WeatherTech AlloyCover B Bak BAKFLIP MX4 Extang Solid Fold 2.0 What We Like Extremely lightweight One of the thinnest hard tri-fold covers available Doesn’t interfere with power up/down tailgate Easily removed to haul larger items What We Don’t Like Fully folded, it still takes up ⅓ of the bed (fortunately, it can be removed if needed) The panels had a few sharp edges out of the box Installation diagrams didn’t match our 2019’s bed design Installation The LOMAX arrived via FedEx just a few days after being shipped. Even though it was a larger and moderately heavy shipment it showed up still securely packaged with no dents or damage to the outside box. Inside, all the components were in perfect shape. There were no missing parts and, surprisingly, very few parts. The LOMAX box contains the tri-fold panel assembly, two side mounting rails and eight under-bed clamps to keep everything secure. With two sets of hands we were able to quickly and easily clamp the side rails in place. Each rail required four clamps, which we reversed for a wider grip as detailed in the installation manual. Super simple and easy to do with limited tools. Our manual’s diagrams and instructions relating to the placement of the clamps were not perfect however. The 2019’s under-bed rail has various thicknesses. You want to make all attempts to clamp only on areas where the sheet-metal is two layers thick. The manual instructs you to clamp in the far corners where there is only one layer of steel at the rail top. We decided to move the outermost clamps slightly inward to make sure they were attached in an area of thicker sheet metal. Aligning and tightening the rail clamps was the most difficult part of the LOMAX install and at most took us 30 minutes. By "most difficult", we actually mean really darn easy. You only need a socket wrench. Once the side rails are securely clamped in place and adjusted to look even, we only had to lift the hard Tri-Fold assembly up onto the front rail. A little adjustment and the LOMAX snaps into place with two spring loaded locks. Two security straps attach at the first fold to prevent accidental flyaway. After opening up the hard cover and snapping the rear panel into place, we were done. No more than 35 minutes later with a lot of stopping for photography. The LOMAX is no doubt the easiest to install bed cover we’ve ever put on a truck. Initial Impressions Despite being an up-level LTZ trim, our 2019 Silverado looked unfinished and bare with a uncovered and painted factory bed. The LOMAX Hard Tri-Fold cover ended up being the finishing piece that really completed the super sleek and ultra modern look of our 2019 Silverado. Being a hard cover, the LOMAX has a thinner design then you could get from a roll up cover. It's also more expensive. That said, the easy installation and single unit cover piece also lends to an easy and quick removal process. Need to haul large items and leave your LOMAX at home? No problem, you can remove it and reinstall later by yourself. There’s also no interference with the power up and down tailgate, which surprised us. Looks good, works great, and doesn't mess up key vehicle features? Awesome! Day to day use of the LOMAX seems as if it will be similar to our LORADO roll up cover. The tri-fold design can be operated by one person and secures at the cab front of the bed, just like the LORADO. Unlike the LORADO, the LOMAX has weather stripping to seal the edges of the cover instead of hook and loop fasteners. We're curious to see how weather tight this actually is and how it compares to the LORADO and the Retrax Pro we've used in the past. Winter is just gearing up here in New Hampshire and we can’t wait to see how the LOMAX Hard Tri-Fold Bed Cover stands up. Snow, ice, and abuse are three things we can promise. We'll leave everything else up to chance. Check back in Spring 2019 for an update on both of our Agri-Cover bed covers. Before LOMAX After LOMAX Agri-Cover LOMAX Hard Tri-Fold Cover Detail Photos Editor's Note: This product was provided at no cost for the purposes of a review. We only publish our honest opinions and give no consideration for the gratis product.
  3. Anyone install a Retrax Pro XR cover on the new 2019 Silverado LT Trail Boss Crew Cab Short Bed? Curious how well it fits overall and with the tailgate. Also curious how well it installs. Any recommendations on where to buy from? Pictures would be great. Thanks in advance for any info.
  4. So I currently have a bakflip MFX4 on my truck...it does ok, but it does leak...more of the issue is that my wife started a new business and in some instances it would be very beneficial to have more room, dare I say a camper shell. No offense to anyone who might have one, but I'm not into the old school multi-level jobs...but I am trying to warm up to the cab-level versions...we just started this process, so I'm not even real sure about pricing and models, etc. I would prefer kind of a sporty look to enhance the look of my truck rather than detract from it... If you could post some pics, model/manf, prices etc, and recommendations, I would certainly appreciate it. really so far I have come across Leer, ARE, Snugtop...but haven't really found much about each of them yet... Thanks in advance.
  5. Still working on an emblem plan to do in the middle circle over the throttle body but it looks a bit nicer in the engine bay for now. This is on my 2014 Silverado LTZ Z71 with a 5.3L Here is the logo that I made to hold me over for now. 3.5" is the diameter of the emblem that was there before. Any suggestions let me know. Gm part number: 12643295
  6. This may have already been posted, but I couldn't find it... From 04-19 the bed size of the Chevy Silverados are very similar. Less than 1.3" in either direction for the 5'8" Crew Cab beds. We have purchased 14-18 covers that fit perfectly on 2019's. With a measurement, I could determine if I should purchase two of the 04-06 covers for our other 2019 trucks. Here's the inside dimensions I have found online for the trucks: 04-06: 68.13" x 63.19" 07-13: 68" x 63.63" 14-18: 69.33" x 62.33" All of the covers that I have purchased will overlap the side rails by about 2" and tailgate by a little more, which in theory would mean that they would fit various trucks just fine. The problem is that none of the sellers post the exact dimensions, nor will they give that information when asked. I suppose this is so that buyers will have to buy the more expensive covers for the newer year trucks. The same covers, made from the exact same materials vary in price from $299 to nearly $900 from vendor to vendor and year to year. I understand supply and demand, but this simply feels like price gouging. Anyone have any experience with this? I have put the 14-18 covers on 2019 trucks, and they fit just fine. Just wondering if the plethora of 04-06 $299 covers are of similar size. Anyone know?
  7. Hey everyone, First time poster, long time lurker. I have a 2016 Silverado 5.3 LTZ with the short bed (I assume 5' 8" bed) that came from the factory with optional tri-fold tonneau cover. I thoroughly enjoy this driving this truck and have only had a minor electrical driver seat issue when it has rained excessively but that is not the point here. I recently purchased a low profile toolbox and, as such, I cannot use the cover that came with the truck any longer. My plan is to sell it and purchase a shorter cover that is made to cover a bed with a toolbox. I have read several threads on this site vendors that sell them but my issue is how to sell the current cover? Advertise locally on CraigsList or what? Seeing as though it was $920 accessory from the factory, I don't plan on giving it away but I know I won't get anywhere near that price for it nor do I expect to. It has the normal wear from the elements and I do plan to clean it and take pictures when I get ready to sell. Currently stored in my workshop. JUst throwing feelers out there to see what my options are at this point.
  8. Just installed an Undercover Ultra Flex tonneau cover on my Trail Boss. Fits perfectly, easily installed in less than 30 min, and the tailgate can open automatically with no issue.
  9. Hi. I have a 2018 Sierra crew cab with the shortest box. Looking to buy a tonneau cover. I’m down to the two I like. Access limited cover. Or the OEM gm accessories soft Tri-Fold. Or hard tri-fold. Anybody have either? Can you comment on how they seal, do they last, or any complaints/regrets? I’m in Canada. Snow, ice, and crap winters. Lol. thanks gents!
  10. For Sale are (4) GMC Chrome Center Caps. These are in spectacular condition and ready to ship! They cost a king's ransom through GMC ($55 EACH!!) https://accessories.gmc.com/product/2018/GMC/Sierra 1500/center-cap-in-chrome-with-gmc-logo-19301603?categoryId=106001 [More Pictures below] Center Cap in Chrome with GMC LogoPart No. 19301603 Willing to sell them for $80 Shipped. Please Call/Text 405-642-9097 Thanks, Lance
  11. For Sale is the original Driver's Side Windshield Pillar Trim Piece. It is from a 2018 Sierra Denali w/ Black leather interior, so I (think) that means it's the Shale color? Either way the Part Nos. are as follows: 23463713 - Grey; 23463712 - Shale I replaced this item with the Oh Sh*t pillar mod, but I figured someone could make good use of this if they want to either replace a column that was cut on to make room for a custom programmer mount OR they want to custom fab a programmer mount and would rather do so without this piece missing off their truck while they do it! This part is not expensive, so I'm only looking to get $20 Shipped for it.. But it's literally brand new and I figure someone out there could have some use for it! PM me or call/text @ 405.642.9097 for more details Thanks! Lance
  12. Hey I'm looking to get some durable seat covers that can wash well and stay put(without sliding around). Durability is key because I have a BIG (125lb) Dog and being a Newfy/Pyrenees mix he drools a ton all over so I'm looking to get some good seat covers. (and yea i ordered those pet covers for the rear bench seats but I'd still like some cool seat covers)
  13. Hey, new to this whole forum thing. Just wondering if anyone out there has installed a back rack with a roll up style tonneau cover. I've gone to back rack's website and tried to find the bracket that I need. But because it's a chevy branded cover, I can't enter the correct manufacturer in order to find the correct adapter that will clear the rails and cover. Anyone dealt with this? Thanks
  14. I have a 2014 Silverado 1500 High Country. I was wanting to get a steering wheel cover to help protect the steering wheel. I am looking for a Cover that is Leather, preferably smooth leather, and is a brown, tan, or one that will match the Saddle interior color. A grey would work as well. Does anyone know of any Covers that would match this? Thanks for any help you can give.
  15. New in box Bakflip F1 hard folding tonneau cover. Fits a 2014-2017 GM Sierra or Silverado 5'9" bed. https://bakindustries.com/bakflip-f1/2014/gmc/sierra-1500 $800 Located North of Atlanta in Cumming. It costs a lot to ship - weight 70lbs - shipping from 30040
  16. Has anyone installed these? They can be ordered from the Chevy accessories website. The part # is 23443854. I have cloth interior and would be for keeping my seats protected from kids, car seats, dogs, etc. Just curious about some feedback on how they fit and material type/thickness and if they're worth $295.
  17. Had been searching for a hard folding tonneau cover and eventually decided on the Fold-A-Cover G4 Elite, purchased from their factory store. This will cover a couple of the criteria that I was looking for in a cover and why I chose the G4 Elite and my thoughts on the cover after installing it and having it for a grand total of 2 days so far. I will try and post an update in a couple weeks after I get some more time with it. When searching for a cover I was wanting a hard cover that allowed quick access to the entire bed and I had to be able to pull the cover/panels off anywhere as I often end up with impromptu purchases(dang craigslist) that are large enough to need the entire bed. After initial searching I had narrowed it down to likely either the BAK Fibermax or Roll-X, however after seeing several positive comments here on the Fold-A-Cover I took another look at it as I had intially ruled it out due to not being able to get full bed access as quickly as the BAK line or some others. After reading the manual and seeing that the Fold-A-Cover did come completely off by simply removing (4) easy to access bolts I took a deeper look at this cover. Main reasons I chose this cover as opposed to some of the other options: Front and rear opening-I like to keep a couple bags with tools/straps/trailer accessories and other truck stuff with me and this way I can keep those bags strapped toward the front of the bed for easy access Mounts on top of side rails-The stuff I find on craigslist generally tends to be large so getting the rails up on top of the bed means more room in the bed and less chance of damage to the rails This cover was roughly $175 more than the other one I was strongly considering and I'm sure that I would've been happy with it, but I felt that for me the features this cover had over some of the others were worth it to me.
  18. I am recently decided to buy a tonneau cover/truck bed cover for my truck. I have to carry so many things as a traveler and it's necessary to keep them rain free. One of my friend suggested me to have a tonneau cover and switched off after then. I want to hear from you about few top rated tonnaeu cover reviews of this time. I know you guys are going to select one for me. I must share what my friends are going to send me.Thanks in advance....
  19. Lomax review I recived the cover in about a week. Which is good time considering it had to go through customs to get to canada. First impression was that the box seemed light for a metal cover. The cover was well packed and secured inside the box. Installing the cover was straight forward and easy. It took about 15 mins to install. The cover locks on the rails good and has two safety straps just in case. The cover is easy to unlock and fold as it is lightweight and durable. The top of the cover is smooth so it could be wrapped to any colour you would like. The cover sits about as flush to the bed rails as possible. It has a very sleek and clean look which makes the cover stand out. The cover has been on my truck for about 3 days now and we have had a ton of rain. The cover has kept all the rain out of the bed of my truck. It keeps anything in the bed locked away and give you piece of mind it won’t be stolen. This cover still gives you full access to the bed of your truck. If you need to load bigger items such as an Atv. The cover removes very easy by one person. This cover gives the truck a very sleek design like no other cover I’ve ever seen. It is the perfect combination between being durable and lightweight. It is durable enough that you can set things onto the cover with no worry at all. I was always watching things like drinks when I set them on my old cover because it was a soft fold and really could only set things on the support bars. Now with the lomax cover it’s pretty well like a table on the back of the truck. It is super easy to fold. The cover locks can be pulled with one hand and they unlock on each side at the same time. Saves from having to go to each side and unlocking separately. I would highly recommend this cover to everyone. It is the perfect cover. The lomax cover gets a 10/10. I want to thank the people at agri-covers for giving me this opportunity to review the lomax cover. They knocked it out of the ball park with this cover. Go over and check out their site and get a cover of your own. You won’t regret it at all. Last picture is of my truck with the old cover.
  20. Where is the best place for leather seat covers? currently have cloth seats in my 1500 but i wanna upgrade now.
  21. I'm thinking of replacing my tonneau cover with a custom truck cap. Anyone have any pictures or just want to share your overall experience? I have a 2015 Sierra Regular Cab Short Bed pickup. It would be awesome to see pictures of truck caps from a short wheel base single cab!
  22. Brand new design Bakflip MX4, model BAK-448120. Also included is the Bakbox foldaway storage box, model BAK-92120. Both are in perfect condition. Located in the San Francisco Bay Area. Come see for yourself, the perfect condition of the cover and storage box. Designed for use on a 2014-2017 Chevy Silverado 1500 or GMC Sierra 1500, short bed pickup. Both products retail for $1188 together. I bought these brand new from authorized Bakflip dealer 5 months ago. Save over $450 with this package. I am selling because I got a new job, that requires a camper shell on my truck. Photos are too big to upload. I will email photos to anyone interested. Asking $725 for BOTH. I can also install, if you are local.
  23. Roll N Lock Truck Bedcover for 2014 or 2015 GMC Sierra 1500 or Chevy Silverado 1500. Like new condition with instruction manual and original receipt.
  24. I recently purchased a 2015 Silverado Double Cab and moved into a new rental home. The truck doesn't fit in the garage by 4 inches! This was totally unexpected and a contractor quoted me $3500 to squeeze a few more inches and I'm not going to do that in a rental home. The truck will stay in the driveway and I wondered if anybody had any ideas as to covering it for the snow and ice coming this winter. An ice crusted truck is no fun to clean while trying to get to work. The other problem is the home owners association because they do not allow permanent shelters in the driveways. My thought was an instant popup canopy that I could put out overnight to stop the ice from crusting it over. My thoughts are a car cover won't work because it will be a wet salty mess when I go to put it over the truck. I thought of something like this: http://www.soccergarage.com/ezeclip1020s.htmlbecause I can put it up and take it down quickly. Any better ideas?
  25. Hello all, has anyone looked into bed rail systems for the beds of their truck. I have seen these systems on the Toyotas and they seem really effective. Its quite a system system, but seems to be very versatile, and with some creativity you can mount almost anything. I am considering trying to adapt the Toyota system to my bed, or using similar extruded aluminum channel to make my own. Any info on this? http://www.amazon.com/Genuine-Toyota-Accessories-PT278-34072-Select/dp/B002SAR54O#Ask
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