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    I like the hinged soft tonneau They open just like the hard covers but you can also roll them up and take them off easily. I have a Lund one now but only because it was on sale, I wouldn't recommend it. If you want a really good soft hinged cover go for a Sport Masters one.

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    After talking to the pro shop guy at my dealer, I looked into a few covers that the had ads for and asked if they will work with the rail boxes that I want to get, he said they will not. He showed me this company and said it's a good product. Only issue I see is that it looks like it can only be ordered through a dealer/reseller!

    http://www.foldacover.com/

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    roll ups are pretty cool.

    2004 4.8| Custom Paint| Tint| De-badged| Shaved Tailgate| Rollpan| Smoked Tails| Color Matched| Lowered 5/8| Suede Interior| Color Matched Interior| Indash & TVs| Mids-Lows & 2 12" CVRs| 500 & 1100 Interfires| Soundeadener| Outlaw CAI| Magnaflow|
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    If you live up north, the peel and seal will not be too easy to seal in the cold. I have the extang with the snaps on rails, and even in NC, in the winter, if I leave it unsnapped for too long, I have to wait for a sunny warm day to put it back on.
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    not a big fan or tanneau covers the one i had on my sonoma got all moldy and stuff and i did everything to it to prevent it so i would recommend the plastic cover i have (undercover) it is a little more than a tanneau and it only weighs about 45 50 lbs and it comes off easy i got mine 749$ installed and all
    06 silverado

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    i have the truxedo low profile on mine. looks great
    2000 silverado with a 5.3l v8, shorty headers, upgraded plugs, 10 mil wires, magnaflow high flow cats, flowmaster 80 series muffler(2 in 2 out) w/ 18 inch stainless silverline tips. i have a k&n CIA. its a 4x4 z71 offroad package. Ls model.
    extended cab 160k miles, truxedo low profile bed cover, diablo sport predator tuner.
    reman tranny @ 130k miles
    Chris

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