Reviewed By Wayne F (Wylie, TX) Reviewed for a 2000 Jeep Wrangler —6/26/2013 5:46 AM
great, fits as expected and hides everything. good product.
In-depth look at what makes hinged truck bed covers a great choice.
If you’re a fan of Top 10 lists, like we are, you’ve probably scoured the internet for hours looking for the top 10 tonneau covers on the market. Well by golly, you’ve finally found it. Read our comprehensive list of the top 10 tonneaus to find the best one for your truck.
Before you make any big life decision, it’s important to weigh the pros and cons. And, deciding whether to get a tonneau cover is no exception. We do the work for you by discussing the pros and cons of purchasing a truck bed cover.
When you're rolling hard in your dependable rig, you've got to be driving with a tonneau cover. Any respectable truck owner can agree upon that undeniable fact. But, do you go retractable or hard? That is the key question we'll explore in detail, right here.
The AutoAnything Hard Tonneau Covers Research Guide includes all of the research and answers that you could imagine to help you find the perfect hard tonneau cover for your vehicle.
Tell potential thieves they can knock all they want, but they won’t get into your truck’s bed, because you’ve got a hard tonneau cover. In this guide, we’ll get down & dirty in describing these rugged bed protectors, their opening styles and which one is the best for your rig.
Cleaning a tonneau cover is a task that many people overlook. But, in order for it to provide long-lasting protection, you’ll want to follow these simple steps to give it the proper TLC it deserves.
Next time you’re hauling your gear, get rid of that ratty old tarp and grab some real cargo protection: a tonneau cover. These sturdy bed coverings are made from rugged materials and have features to shrug off Nature’s nastiness with ease. Read all about them in: A Guide to Protecting Your Gear from the Weather with a Tonneau Cover.
Find your truck’s factory paint code and order the paint-matched tonneau cover you want.
Here's the first in our four-part series of simple, at-home upgrades you can make to your vehicle, adding both style and functionality for a fraction of what you'd pay your dealer or local body shop. Part one: installing your own tonneau cover.