Reviewed By Tony M (Inverness, FL) Reviewed for a 2012 Nissan Frontier —2/14/2017 7:35 AM
Nice solid cover fits great.Very pleased with it.
Reviewed By Christopher J (Fort Collins, CO) Reviewed for a 2016 Toyota Tundra —2/14/2017 7:34 AM
I bought an Access Roll-Up cover for my 2003 Ram and had it for nearly 9 years and the cover held up excellent so it wasn't a question on which tonneau I wanted to buy for my new Tundra. This one fits just as well and integrates with the deck rail system pretty nicely. They included a seal for the front of the bed and back edges of the rails. The locking mechanism is now automatic and spring loaded (nice!). The texture is different and a little odd but totally acceptable.
Reviewed By Christopher l (Holiday, FL) Reviewed for a 2016 Toyota Tacoma —2/6/2017 9:42 PM
on the 3rd gen Tacoma, it's easy to install without altering the bed or oem tracks. after installation, you can still use the oem cleats and you have access to the whole bed when it's rolled up. easy to operate and only rises 1/2" above sides of the bed, except for the tail gate end of the tonneau rails which are contoured with the foam padding to fit on top of the lip of the bed instead of along the inside of the bed like the rest of the rail, which raises the profile a bit there.
Let’s face it—there’s nothing that compares with the utility of a truck. You can throw just about anything in that bed and be on your way down the road. But you want to do it with finesse and with peace of mind. What’s the solution? A truck bed cover to protect your gear and keep your truck rolling in style. Whether you’re looking for a Ford F150 bed cover, a Toyota Tundra, a Ford Ranger tonneau cover or anything in between, you need look no further than the wide line of Access truck bed covers.
Access had some of their well-known truck accessories were on display at the 2012 SEMA Show.