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2000 Toyota Tacoma Roll Up Tonneau Covers

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Extang TuffTonno Peel & Seal Roll Up Tonneau Cover Reviews


Great Buy

Reviewed By Michael F (Catawissa, PA) Reviewed for a 2000 Toyota Tacoma —9/23/2007 12:32 PM

Tonneau cover was a snap to assemble, no pun intended. In order to snap the tonneau cover in place the tailgate must be down.

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Access Literider Tonneau for 2000 Toyota Prerunner

Reviewed By Josh H (Chicago, IL) Reviewed for a 2000 Toyota Tacoma —5/11/2006 5:26 PM

I struggled a bit between the Literider & the Standard Access Tonneau and am very glad I went with the Literider. It works great,is very well built and I saved $70 by going with the "economy" model. My buddy has the standard version that he bought a couple years before me and the only significant difference was in the tensioning knobs which he hasn't had to adjust even once over the time he's had it, so who cares. Also, I actually recieved the tonneau on the day it was supposed to ship. Talk about speedy service! They also had the best price I could find. I would gladly do business with Autoanything.com again. Thanks!

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Satisfied

Reviewed By CHARLES O (HERMITAGE, TN) Reviewed for a 2014 Toyota Tacoma —6/30/2014 8:34 AM

This is a nice cover. I've had access covers previously that were also great. This was a snap to install - still adjusting a bit to stop leaking. Not much water, but small leaks at the headrail corners 1 or 2 of thelowest points of the molded side rail guards standard on the Tacoma. Cover doesn't seal tightly against tailgate. A rubber flap keeps water out, but even a locking tailgate would not be totally secure, as a hook could be stuck between the cover and tailgate to pull the cover release

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