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    Default Tonneau cover advise

    I am currently looking at purchasing a hard tonneau cover. The tough thing is that I narrowed my search down to two of them. The one that I am leaning towards is the Extang Solid Fold, but I also like that Undercover tonneau as well. Any advise or recommendations?

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    I just went for the xtang rt....I would have went for the solid fold up but the soft type is going to work better with my sub box.

    The extang stuff seems well done and a good price point.


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    On my 04 Z71 I had the Bak Bak-flip hard tonneau cover and loved it. It folded (4 sections) all the way up against the back window. This gave me instant access to the whole bed and protected my rear window from my 4-wheeler.

    No experience with the covers you mentioned though.


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    Just bought the solid fold not to long ago! Its super easy to use, very durable and can handle about anything. The only thing was the price but we've had them on two of the trucks so we still find them to be worth the price!

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    I just bougt a one piece Lund that has the gas shocks that lift it up for my new silverado...I ordered it from a company called { buy truck accessories.com } the internet price was $279.00and when I called to order it the girl said she could do better on the priceshe eventually said it would be $237 with free shipping I have no idea how I will like it but time will tell ....thhey have a ton of stuff I already made a christmas list for my wife

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    Have you had any water issues with them? The bed of my truck has been Line X sprayed do you think that will effect the fit or seal?

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    Ive looked into Checkmate bed cover. They have some flush mount hard cover.
    http://www.checkerpro.com/

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    Quote Originally Posted by david12601 View Post
    I just bougt a one piece Lund that has the gas shocks that lift it up for my new silverado...I ordered it from a company called { buy truck accessories.com } the internet price was $279.00and when I called to order it the girl said she could do better on the priceshe eventually said it would be $237 with free shipping I have no idea how I will like it but time will tell ....thhey have a ton of stuff I already made a christmas list for my wife
    WOW! that is cheap.Post some pics when you get a chance.
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    I like the solid hard covers for when its rainy stays pretty dry wile I unload my tools.
    and I think they look better I have a 4/8 trailer for anything that wont fit under my cover.

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    the cover looks the same as on the lund website.....I actually bought 2 covers the flip up for winter and the tri fold for summer ........call and you will get a better price than ordering online...and it is free shipping

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