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2014+ Truck Bed / Tonneau Covers

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It truly is like a convertible top. Very easy to keep clean.  I haven’t treated it with anything and i don’t think it needs it. Bed is dry..  I also didn’t order any extra seals. I would highly recommend.  I love it... I really don’t think you’d be disappointed.  

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All my trucks in the past I have had leer and ARE fiberglass tonneau covers   

 

decided to try undercover since they are easy to take off and only weigh 65lbs love it. 

paint has a lifetime warranty 

sorry this is the only pic I have so far

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On 9/12/2020 at 7:03 AM, Sean006 said:

All my trucks in the past I have had leer and ARE fiberglass tonneau covers   

 

decided to try undercover since they are easy to take off and only weigh 65lbs love it. 

paint has a lifetime warranty 

sorry this is the only pic I have so far

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It looks nice. But Im not a fan of big one piece covers. Storage is an issue for some of us when we need the full bed.  On the hard tri folds-for short trips to the bike path they fold up in front of the rear window and lock in place. For longer trips they come off and mine sits on my patio table.  But your truck looks good!

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Bak flip mx4 love it easy i stall looks hella good and still able to store things , i went out on a limb and used a website called discount bandit got it for 850 shipped beats retail 1000+ 

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Just picked up the Bakflip F1. Was dark when I finished installing, this is the best pic I have right now.  I haggled the guys at auto anything for a better price. Very similar to the Mx4.

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I have the soft roll cover, it's easy to roll on and off. Even if I want the bed open, the roll is snug fit and I don't have to worry that it will loose. This is my first accessory I bought. 

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On 12/6/2020 at 10:00 PM, Replacement said:

Just picked up the Bakflip F1. Was dark when I finished installing, this is the best pic I have right now.  I haggled the guys at auto anything for a better price. Very similar to the Mx4.

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Looks awesome! Got anymore pictures of it during the day?

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On 1/6/2021 at 9:20 AM, Richard472 said:

I have the soft roll cover, it's easy to roll on and off. Even if I want the bed open, the roll is snug fit and I don't have to worry that it will loose. This is my first accessory I bought. 

I just put the roll-style cover on my 17 Sierra also.  My father has had a Truxedo roll-style tonneau for over 15 years, and other than needing to sew new velcro onto the sides, it's been rock solid.  A buddy of mine bought the no-name version from Amazon for less than half the cost of the Truxedo, and he was really happy with it, so I decided to give it a try. I just put on the truck on Tuesday, and I'm mostly satisfied.  It's virtually identical to my father's Truxedo, with the only real difference being that the Truxedo has metal pieces where the back of the cover cams into place, and this has plastic.  My only real complaint is that I don't feel like the back of the cover comes down quite far enough, so there's not a good seal on the tailgate.  I'll have to see if I get any water that leaks in through that spot.

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On 11/10/2019 at 7:35 AM, sballmann45 said:

For anyone wondering, yes, it is possible to have a headache rack, a tonneau cover, and a toolbox all at the same time! I just finished building this rack and it works great. 

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Did you just bout a 5.8 cover on your truck bed or did you cut a fit down to size? 

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5 hours ago, jaimeastin said:

Did you just bout a 5.8 cover on your truck bed or did you cut a fit down to size? 

Its an "Extang Trifecta Toolbox 2.0 Tri-Fold Tonneau Cover" I got from americantrucks.com. It's made  to fit with a toolbox. 

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