- The Extang FullTilt Tonneau Cover allows easy access to your entire truck bed
- FullTilt Tonneaus are custom-designed for your year, make and model truck
- Covers are hinged at the cab and tilt up on gas shocks
- Available with TuffSnaps closure or “peel & seal” J-Channel tongue and groove closure
- Crafted from a heavy-duty leather grain black vinyl that enhances aerodynamics and cargo security
- Equipped with exclusive Extang features — patented aluminum frame, spring-loaded bows, ClickLock corners and durable TuffSnaps
- Full Tilt Tonneaus are installed quickly and easily
- Dual lever locks keep covers secure while you drive
- Made in the USA
- The Extang commercial-grade black vinyl cover boasts fully furnished edges and come with a 10-year warranty
- Extang FullTilt aluminum frames are backed by a Lifetime Warranty
Whether you use it to haul work tools, lumber for your latest house mod or the family’s camping gear, your truck bed always serves as the perfect storage space. With an Extang FullTilt Tonneau Cover, you can sufficiently keep your payload protected without sacrificing truck bed usage.
Unlike standard truck bed covers, the lightweight-yet-durable FullTilt Tonneau Cover is hinged at the cab and tilts up on gas shocks, so you can quickly and easily access your entire truck bed. Plus, the FullTilt rolls away and comes off completely without tools, so you can take it completely on and off with ease. The heavy-duty black vinyl cover effectively safeguards your payload, while increasing your ride’s aerodynamics when you’re on the road. FullTilt Tonneaus not only deliver enhanced security, but also unprecedented style. Each cover is complete with Extang’s unique bells and whistles, including a patented aluminum frame, spring-loaded bows and ClickLock corners.
The FullTilt bed cover’s innovative features guarantee ultimate protection for any cargo you’re carrying. Two closure options are available — metal TuffSnaps or exclusive “peel & seal” J-Channel strips. The dual lever locks keep your tonneau cover secure when you hit the road — just drop the tailgate, turn the levers and you’re ready to roll. Since no cutting or drilling’s required, you can bet on a hassle-free installation.
For fast, one-handed access to your full truck bed, there’s no better option than Extang’s FullTilt Tonneau Cover. Your Extang FullTilt commercial-grade black vinyl cover material is backed by a 10-year warranty, while the FullTilt aluminum frame comes with a Lifetime Warranty.
- The Extang FullTilt Tonneau Cover will accommodate most plastic factory or non-factory Bed Caps and Bed Rails.
- The Extang FullTilt will not accommodate stainless steel Bed Caps or Bed Rails.
- The Extang FullTilt Tonneau Cover can be installed with under-the-rail bed liners.
- The Extang FullTilt Tonneau Cover cannot be installed with over-the-rail bed liners.
- Will not fit flipping bed extenders.
Extang FullTilt Tonneau Cover Customer Reviews
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Reviewed by Niki K C (TOPEKA, KS) Reviewed for a 2003 Ford F-150 — Jul 17, 2015 7:52 AM
The installation was frustrated by parts pre-attached to the wrong end of the side rails and my bed liner made the clamps hard to install. I also needed help putting on the tarp; I needed stronger hands. Because it leaked in the car wash, I added gaskets along the front edge of the hinge and the top of tailgate to make it watertight. It looks great and hopefully will allow me to fully utilize my truck bed. Be warned: shipping Box is 6' long: hard to handle alone.
Reviewed by Pat R (Charleston, WV) Reviewed for a 2002 Chevy Silverado — Jun 23, 2015 5:44 PM
Looks great and easy to lift, have to balance it to lift and close. We waxed it with a tonneau cover was made for tonneau covers to protect it.
Reviewed by Terrance S (VERO BEACH, FL) Reviewed for a 2010 Ford F-150 — Jun 12, 2015 5:16 AM
This is my second Full tilt cover. Liked the first one so much I bought another. Easy to remove when the situation requires an open bed.
Reviewed by Clay R (Douglassville, PA) Reviewed for a 2015 Chevy Silverado — Jun 10, 2015 9:24 AM
Shortly after opening the box and laying all of the parts out it became obvious that I was missing one set screw. Initially it looked like I was missing two, but I found one loose in the box. This was a minor inconvenience, because I ended up with 2 extra set screws due to poor design. I ran into an installation issue, but I can't tell you about it, because I only have 500 characters for my review. Bottom line is that I had to re-engineer the unit to make it work.
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