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Any CarbonPro owners out there who figured out a tonneau cover solution?  Apparently, the CarbonPro bed doesn’t have the rail necessary to mount any sort of cover. My local dealer had a call out to GM accessories corporate and am waiting to hear back. 

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Have installed a BakFlip MX4 on my GMC CarbonPro AT4.  Awesome vehicle.  Wanted a folding hard tonneau cover that exposed most/all of the bed.  This thread helped get me started.  From what I can tell

Never even seen a carbon pro thought it was a myth.

I know I'm being picky, but has anyone found any tonneau cover that has the follow features...   1. Fits Carbon Pro bed 2. Hard tri/quad fold 3. No rails 4. No cables  

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Ha!  I wouldn’t have believed it myself. I went to my local dealer last week to buy the AT4 I had test driven the week prior. They had it pulled up all ready for me.  Then, they said, “Before you sign the paperwork, would you like to see the new CarbonPro version?  It just came in yesterday. There were only 150 CarbonPro AT4’s made for 2019.”  For once, I was actually in the right place at the right time. 

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The dealer was baffled, had no idea. They said they would call GMC corporate to see if there were any known solutions. I decided to hold off on the tonneau cover and use that money to install the cold air intake instead. I go back next week for the install.  If I find anything else out about the tonneau covers and the CarbonPro bed, I’ll post it. 

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8B6EC070-5FDA-44E3-BD94-D76C540B54AB.thumb.jpeg.f71c20b1c3e2ef7bed45b3d9675c188b.jpegCongrats on the new truck. I did the same thing. While getting ready to buy a silver at4 the truck came in and brought 4 new ones. One was a carbon pro with 6.2 in black. I had to buy it.  I have modified a backflip cover once to work with a ladder rack on my tundra. I think it would not be a issue but I spoke with the people at backflip and they are working on one.if not out by October I will modify and post what I did.  They made one for the Honda Ridgeline that has no rail also. Works with screw locks. 

Did you get the kicker system in the tailgate? 

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The tailgate kicker system was factory on mine, but I had to add the tailgate step lights. I had negotiated the tonneau cover in the purchase price. Since they couldn’t install a tonneau, I had them install the cold air intake, they gave me a bed bag, and a refund check for the rest. For my purpose, the waterproof cargo bag is just fine, and LOVE the cold air intake!

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I used a clamp for a Tacoma with the side rail system. Drilled 1/2” hole in to the side Of the bed rail and inserted 350lb hollow walls. Now that I know it works I’ll probably install a unistrut side rail, secure it to the side with the hollow walls, and use strut nuts. 
It’s secure. 
 

GM told me sorry nothing out there yet. The tonneau mfgr. told me sorry and to return it. What I did works but lot of trial and error. 

 

 

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Just bought the Carbon Pro Denali and had no clue I couldn't put a revolver bakflip G2 cover on it like all my other GMC trucks. Same I called and GM hasn't figured out a fix yet. I also talked to my rep where I buy the covers and he said they are also looking into what kind of adjustments can be done. 

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