Covercraft Noah Cab Forward to Bumper Cover Customer Reviews
16 Customer Reviews
Let Noah hold an umbrella over your rig. An excellent outdoor/indoor truck cover, Covercraft's Noah Cab Forward Cover blocks the most exposed area on your vehicle-from the front bumper back to the beginning of the cargo bed. Though compact, you still get the same protection of a full-sized truck cover, only without all the bulk.
Covercraft's Noah Cab Forward Cover's innovative tri-layer design works three times as hard to protect your rig. An impact-free inner layer of polyethylene/nylon blend is gentle on your ride's finish. The central layer of the fabric repels water yet is vapor-porous, employing microscopic pinholes too small for water and dust but big enough for moisture vapor to escape. The exterior is polypropylene/polyethylene spunbond, durable and UV-resistant.
Made in the USA with Kimberly-Clark fabric. Your Noah Cab Forward Cover boasts an impressive 4-year warranty.
16 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by charles h (HINESVILLE, GA) Reviewed for a 2012 Dodge Ram — May 08, 2013 4:26 AM
The cover was ordered in a week I recieved it. The cover fitted the Ram perfect. it took just minutes to install it only, by my self. It isn't my first truck cover. I purchased one for my F-150 last year also a perfect fit, no complants.
Reviewed by Blaze R (Solon, IA) Reviewed for a 2011 Toyota Tundra — Dec 30, 2011 8:02 AM
I just received my Cover and it fits perfectly. It was very easy to install. I bought this to keep the snow and ice off of the vehicle this winter. Unfortunately the manufacturer cautions that if freezing occurs following a rain the product may stick to the vehicle, so until the temps drop down below freezing, I probably won't use the cover. I also purchased the gust guard as it gets pretty breezy here. The installation of that product on my Tundra was less than straight forward. The rope that is included isn't long enough to span the width of my truck, so I've have to adapt using bungy cords. Overall, I am pleased with the cover.
Reviewed by Alfred U (Saddlebrooke, AZ) Reviewed for a 2004 Ford F-250 — Dec 07, 2011 8:56 PM
The cover is a made with a quality material. I ordered additional tie downs with plastic clamps. They are not worth the time to install them. The manufacturer should have put additional supported holes so that the cover could be secured without using cheap clamps which will not hold. The holes used to attached the cable lock would do the job. If I had known I would have taken the cover to a canvas shop and had eyelets installed. As it is the wind tore the cover because the clamps did not hold. The manufacturer saved a few dollars and made the cover an inferior product. Everything else about the cover is of good quality. Too bad it was short changed by cutting corners.
Reviewed by John L (Minneapolis, MN) Reviewed for a 1997 Ford Ranger — Dec 07, 2011 6:28 AM
While not water proof I am sure this will keep the Ford Ranger protected over a Minnesota winter. The fit was good but I felt the need to add substantially more tie-downs and ropes to insure that it would not blow off. This is seasonal and not something I'd do on a daily or weekly basis. Good value none the less.
Reviewed by Jefferry K (Honolulu, HI) — Oct 20, 2011 9:48 AM
The cover is pretty well made and does the job. It is maybe the 5th one that I have ordered for my various vehicles and so I am very familiar with the product. Only problem is with the antenna hole. The grommet that they use is terrible and ends up ripping the cover because it simply clamps onto the thin cover material without any backing. I now cut off the reinforced grommet holder on the bottom of old covers, and sew that onto the cover for the antenna. That holds up much better, and does not rip the cover since it has a false naugahyde backing and is sturdier. They should do that as standard equipment. Otherwise, the cover is fine.
Reviewed by Melissa S (Salmon, ID) — Sep 11, 2011 7:22 AM
I am impressed with the quality of the material and fit to the vehicle. It is easy to set-up and install. However, just as easy for a gentle wind to uninstall. The cover just parachutes up and over the cab when the breeze blows the wrong way. I did not get the wind kit, because I have those plastic clips already. But, I do not want to take the chance of hard plastic clips banging against the truck. I am looking for rubber bungees with rubber-coated hooks to try next.
Reviewed by Jeffery M (Pensacola, FL) Reviewed for a 2004 Chevy Silverado — Jun 07, 2011 3:24 PM
As full time RVers we have no garage for our 04 Silverado 3500 extended cab truck. We try to take good care of it but some things are out of our control, such as hail. We could be anywhere from S. Florida to Alaska and each area has it's problems, again hail being the most common. We purchased our cover during one of the worst spring hail seasons on record and it works great. It goes on easy and fits great in spite of the windshield visor, heavy grill guard and towing mirrors. We use bungee cords to tie down the back corners and wedge a swim noodle between the cab and bed of the truck to keep wind from getting under the cover once it's in place. For large hail we place folded blankets on the truck's hood and roof first for added padding. I've found it much easier to remove the antenna rather then installing the cover over it. I won't go anywhere without it under my back seat. Jeff M., Tennesse
Reviewed by Jack H (Santa Barbara, CA) Reviewed for a 1985 Toyota Pickup — Sep 13, 2010 4:17 PM
I purchased this cover to go on my truck, but the mirrior covers are not in the correct location. But as a cover it is amply big and covers the fron of the truck. There was a delay in delivery but paint wasn't ready to be covered yet.