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I will be taking possession of a 2015 crew Sierra 1500 SLT with the 6.2L in the next week or so, and I am now looking at getting a RetraxPro cover for the back. I am curious what is the best price I can reasonably expect (in Canada, and more specifically in Alberta)? Also, I am thinking of going with the wide-track, but if you have bought one - which version did you go with, and why (or would you rather have gone with the other option)?

 

Thanks in advance.

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I will be taking possession of a 2015 crew Sierra 1500 SLT with the 6.2L in the next week or so, and I am now looking at getting a RetraxPro cover for the back. I am curious what is the best price I can reasonably expect (in Canada, and more specifically in Alberta)? Also, I am thinking of going with the wide-track, but if you have bought one - which version did you go with, and why (or would you rather have gone with the other option)?

 

Thanks in advance.

 

 

In Canada, some of the best prices I have found for truck items are from these sites.

 

http://www.partsengine.ca

http://www.autoeq.ca

http://www.tdotperformance.ca

As far as the cover goes, I live in Saskatchewan so we get about the same weather (bit colder usually here) but I haven't had an issue with snowfall on my Truxedo Low QT-Pro and we have had some pretty big dumps since I've had it. I may upgrade it however for a Truxedo Titanium hard roll up for the extra security that it provides. There is a crew going around town here slicing soft covers to get at the box contents.
Since you are in Alberta you may also want to keep an eye out on
They occasionally have some good sales on covers.
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Also, I am thinking of going with the wide-track, but if you have bought one - which version did you go with, and why (or would you rather have gone with the other option)?

 

Thanks in advance.

 

I went with regular rails but think the wide ones look better. With the regular rails you can still get your hand in the hole to help pull yourself up in the the bed. I'm not climbing in and out of the bed much but the times I do it's much easier and with the wide rails you would probably have to grab on the rails to to climb in.

 

Also I went with the Retrax Pro Mx because I did not want the gloss black showing a bunch of water spots every time it got wet. So far I'm loving the cover and everything stays secured and dry. I live in Florida and we get lots of heavy rain at this time of year and it seems to only leak just little around the edges sometimes.

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I went with regular rails but think the wide ones look better. With the regular rails you can still get your hand in the hole to help pull yourself up in the the bed. I'm not climbing in and out of the bed much but the times I do it's much easier and with the wide rails you would probably have to grab on the rails to to climb in.

 

Also I went with the Retrax Pro Mx because I did not want the gloss black showing a bunch of water spots every time it got wet. So far I'm loving the cover and everything stays secured and dry. I live in Florida and we get lots of heavy rain at this time of year and it seems to only leak just little around the edges sometimes.

 

Thanks FishinJ - so the wide vs. narrow rail is purely cosmetic? Was wondering about that... if that's the case, narrow it is, on the plus side it saves about $100 around here. I hear you on the MX, that's where I was going too.

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