Extang FullTilt Tonneau Cover Customer Reviews
429 Customer Reviews
The Extang FullTilt Tonneau Cover is designed for people who actually use their beds. Unlike standard bed covers, the FullTilt Tonneau Cover is hinged at the cab and tilts up on gas shocks, so you can get into your entire truck bed with ease. Plus, the FullTilt rolls away or comes off completely without tools, so your truck bed is never short on storage space.
Choose your closure—the Extang FullTilt Tonneau Cover comes with either metal TuffSnaps closure or exclusive “peel & seal” J-Channel strip. And, the Extang FullTilt's dual lever locks keep the tonneau snug on the bed while you drive - just drop the tailgate, turn the levers and you're ready to roll. Installing the FullTilt Tonneau is easy—no tools and no drilling required!
Extang quality abounds with patented TuffSnaps, spring-loaded bows, aluminum frame backed by a Lifetime Warranty, and a commercial-grade leather grain black vinyl tarp with a 10-year warranty.
Want fast, one-handed access to your full truck bed? Go FullTilt!
Our 400+ Extang FullTilt Tonneau Cover customer reviews have an average rating of 4.50 out of 5 stars. To see specific reviews about your vehicle, please select your year, make and model from the drop down above.
429 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Chris B (KALAMAZOO, MI) Reviewed for a 2013 GMC Sierra — May 01, 2013 8:42 AM
This is my fourth Extang FullTilt which says it all. Keep an eye on latches as this is the only issue I have ever had with these covers. You may need to adjust them for a secure fit from time to time.
Reviewed by Shawn C (BUFFALO, NY) Reviewed for a 2012 Dodge Ram — Mar 21, 2013 1:39 PM
I installed this on a cold winter night with snow flying in just about 45 min by myself. I'm a bit disapointed that it doesn't cover more of the tailgate. I absolutely love how easy it is to remove the cover when needed rather than rolling it up. Autoanything is great accept they sent the wrong cover but didn't want the hassle of sending it back so I kept it. Wanted the same type but one to fit with my tool box. Otherwise very happy and will def buy from them again
Reviewed by Lewis F (ENCINITAS, CA) Reviewed for a 2013 Toyota Tacoma — Jan 19, 2013 9:15 AM
You get the functionality of a solid cover at the price of a roll up. The snap model fits snug over the bed. First shipment omitted the left and right "L" bars but Extang shipped replacements immediately. Instructions were a bit confusing but installation is pretty simple, just eight bolts and one allen wrench for a 2013 Tacoma access cab. Took about a hour and a half but i could do it again in twenty minutes. The cover does block out the tie down rails on this truck, but it can e removed.
Reviewed by Ron M (Trenton, NJ) — Dec 29, 2012 5:54 AM
MISSING & INCORRECT PARTS FROM/IN BOX , BUT CONTACTED YOUR CUSTOMER SERVICE & THEY IN TURN HAD EXTANG CONTACT ME TO GET MISSING PARTS SENT TO ME. PARTS SHOULD ARRIVE 12/31/12 AM ? HOPEFULLY THEN IT CAN BE INSTALLED.
Reviewed by Ronald R (Plantation, FL) Reviewed for a 2000 Ford Ranger — Dec 27, 2012 1:36 PM
I was looking for a truck bed cover for my Ford Ranger. Because my Ranger is a work truck, I wanted something different then the snap tonneau cover that was already on it. Which takes too much time when you need to get tools out from the bed. I found a nice solution in the Extang Full Tilt Tonneau Cover. It's very easy to open to access tools and equipment, as well as looking great. This cover is not made for an over the bed liner. But can be made to fit.
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Asked by Anonymous
Nov 18, 2012 9:41 AM
2008 Chevy Silverado
How much weight can it hold (on top while mounted on truck)... (in case of accumulated snow for example...) Thanks Jeremy
Asked by Penko P.
Oct 22, 2010 1:08 PM
2010 Toyota Tacoma
Does Extang FullTilt Tonneau Cover cover the factory Toyota Tacoma 2010 bed rails or they remain accessible? Thanks, PP