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    HELL YA! on the soft cover.I love mine,it keeps anything i haul dry,anything i keep in the box out of site,it can be rolled back in 1 minute,i can lock my tailgate so anything in the box is relatively safe,it looks good, is easy to keep clean and only cost me $325.00 canadian.I plan on purchasing the LINE X hard cover next year,but i'm totally happy with my soft cover so far.
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    i really could go either way. i am thinking about getting one. but i will probably get one of the retractable styles so i don't have to remove it if i need to haul something that would stick out above the bed walls. but i do think it looks real nice on your truck.

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    I currently have the roll up tonneau cover that rolls into a canister at the front of the bed, works perfectly for me, roll it up if I have something big to carry (have carried my snowmobile with the cover rolled into the canister) and keeps stuff dry when its closed. I actually got it because previously I had nothing and when I drive on vacation this summer I wanted something to protect the luggage, and I'm not a big fan of caps.

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    YAY! I have a Truxideo Truxsport soft cover and love it, easy to roll up and out of the way when I want to put my motorcycle in the back, locking mechanism with the cover so it makes it a little more difficult to just pop off and steal something, and really cleans up the looks of the truck. I love it, really worth the money in my mind.

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    I am behind all the other guy's on the soft top. that is the only kind of tonneau cover I would buy. I haul a lot of stuff, and anything else would just be annoying. What do you guys think of this though?
    http://www.bestop.com/index.php?a=30&r=1

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stealth View Post
    I am behind all the other guy's on the soft top. that is the only kind of tonneau cover I would buy. I haul a lot of stuff, and anything else would just be annoying. What do you guys think of this though?
    http://www.bestop.com/index.php?a=30&r=1
    Thats an cool idea, but personally I like to have the tonneau or canopy as much for securing stuff in the box as keeping it dry, so I would never have any sort of soft cover. my next truck will either be an avalanche, or else I will get a BakFlip tonneau for it because it is a hard cover that you can fold right up at the front, and it takes up hardly any room for hauling taller objects. It blocks the back window when it is up, but that isnt that much of an inconvenience to me if I am already hauling something tall.

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