Bestop Supertop Truck Bed Camper Shell Customer Reviews
12 Customer Reviews
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Keep the contents of your bed protected from the elements with the Bestop Supertop Truck Bed Camper Shell. When you’re looking for a stylish and functional camper shell, Bestop delivers the same quality construction and good looks that Jeep owners everywhere have come to respect.
The Bestop Supertop Truck Bed Camper Shell installs easily using the innovative Belt-Rail attachment system. This snapless shell works with an adjustable bow system to provide bed coverage that fits perfectly. Add on the zip-out windows and rear door and you have a camper shell that is fit for superhero status. What’s more, your new Bestop Supertop Truck Bed Camper Shell is backed by a 2-year warranty.
12 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Parker D (PARK CITY, UT) Reviewed for a 2005 Toyota Tacoma — Feb 27, 2014 12:06 PM
works great looks great and was super easy to install. my only grip is that the j hooks on the side windows in supper gusty winds have come undone a couple times no big deal but just slightly annoying on big desert road trips.
Reviewed by Tom T (Salida, CA) — Feb 18, 2014 9:04 AM
it is to hard to assemble so you cannot take it apart and store it which is the whole reason for a canvas camper shell anyway. if you roll up the back window it comes apart and takes time to pout it back together if you want to leave it on the truck and collaps it like a convertable top you need to take the windows out (the hardestpart of construction is getting windows in you might as well throw the instructions away, you cannot put it together the way they tell you to.
Reviewed by Gary G (LEWISVILLE, TX) — Nov 07, 2013 7:26 PM
The topper looks great and seems well built, but is very difficult to install. Supposedly 1.5 hours of moderately difficult installation, it took 2 people 2 days to get it successfully installed. First off, the bed rails are supposed to be 63.5" apart, but the bed of my F250 is 65.5" from inside to inside. Fabric was extremely tight, and we had to finally use tie-down straps to get enough leverage to stretch the rear of the shell to fit.
Reviewed by Paul C (Staunton, VA) Reviewed for a 2012 Nissan Titan — May 14, 2013 3:05 PM
Its the age old problem....I want a safe dry place to keep things but I also want easy access to my truck bed when I actually need my "truck".... this is the perfect answer. You can't beat auto anythings price and price match guarantee. The instruction are terrible so plan on 3 hours labor for that reason.
Reviewed by ROBERT W (SAN ANTONIO, TX) — Dec 29, 2012 10:27 PM
Overall I think this is a good product. Instructions are ok , just make sure you follow and do in proper order. Not sure if it will last but so far have been impressed with durability. Haven't folded it forward yet but thought I would wait till summer. I wish they would have made it a little more truck specific. I think that would help with appearance. But it serves the purpose of protecting from the elements. I'm pretty critical by nature so I'd say from me it gets a pretty good review.
Reviewed by Barry B (North Ogden, UT) Reviewed for a 2006 Toyota Tacoma — Feb 24, 2012 10:39 AM
First thing I read was "Don't attempt to install the top if the temperature is below 72 deg F. It's February in Utah and I did it anyway. Assembly went well. The instructions are clear and easy to follow and there was no permanant modification to my truck which I appreciated. When It came time to stretch the cover over the frame I had to put a propane heater in the back of the truck but once warmed up it stretched out nicely. I have yet to collapse it in the cold so I don't know for sure but I suspect that I will have to repeat the heating process if I do. With the exception of the supplied third light, the quality seems to be really good. it's made just like a soft shell jeep top. the material is thick and tough and the vinyl side windows have surprisingly good optics. They are almost as clear as glass. The top stretches really tight and is sturdy on the truck. It gives the truck a rugged look that I like and it weighs and costs a lot less than a hard shell. Also much easier to store! I have driven it in one rain storm so far and some water did get in around the tail gate but none of the furnature that I was hauling got wet.