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2013 Chevy Silverado Truck and SUV Cab Covers

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Couldn't get licence # to adhere to cover

Reviewed By Don L (Elk Grove, CA) Reviewed for a 2002 Chevy Silverado —1/7/2014 11:58 AM

I tried to put licence # on cover but t shirt paint wouldn't adhere to material, also went to professional silk srenner he couldn't do it because of coating on material.

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Adding labels to the mirror pockets woule really help.

Reviewed By Roger C (THOMASVILLE, GA) Reviewed for a 2000 Chevy Silverado —2/14/2013 10:39 PM

I rolled the cover from the front and then from the back before folding it for storage, and I couldn't tell which pocket went where. Since they are the first things you deal with, adding left/right labels to the mirror pockets would speed the installation. The cover fits very nicely, and the quality of the fabric and the sewing looks good.

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Pleasently surprised!

Reviewed By Jeffery M (Pensacola, FL) Reviewed for a 2004 Chevy Silverado —6/7/2011 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

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