Extang Express Tonneau Cover Customer Reviews
87 Customer Reviews
When Extang decided to add to America's #1 selling line of truck bed covers, they listened to what truck owners like you wanted. One word dominated the calls and reviews they received: fast.
Fast installation, access and looks is exactly what you'll find in their newest bed cover: the Extang Express Tonneau Cover. In minutes, the Express mounts to your bed rails. In a flash, it rolls closed and automatically pulls tight. In a blink, the Express rolls-up with the integrated bows for full bed access. See what we mean by speed?
Though it's fast, the Extang Express Tonneau is on your bed for the long haul. Exclusive WeatherTuff seals keep your gear dry. Sturdy black anodized aluminum forms the steady frame. Extang's premium vinyl tarp is time-tested and proven to perform. Plus, it comes with Extang's Maximum Strength Warranty.
Extang quality combined with a brand new design makes the Express a must-have bed cover. Question is, how fast can you get one onto your bed?
87 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Christopher W (LINDENHURST, NY) Reviewed for a 2005 Dodge Ram — May 16, 2013 4:50 AM
I had already seen this cover on a friends truck so the decision was pretty easy. But if you're considering the TruXedo which is similar design to this one with cross members consider two things. 1) The rail clamps on the TruXedo are external so count on lots of leg scraps. 2) The locking hardware is mostly plastic on the TruXedo where on this one it's all metal. When you lock down the back it takes a bit of force and you get a nice solid snap when it's locked. Dry as a bone also!
Reviewed by Steve P (Alexandria, VA) Reviewed for a 2006 Toyota Tacoma — Oct 26, 2012 8:46 PM
It's brand new so I can't rate long term quality. Shipping was free & fast but product was shipped with wrong clamps and screws after being assured by customer service (I called in the order for this very reason) that it'd install on my '06 Tacoma's utility rail. Had to buy new screws and jury rig shims under the clamps. Cover Didn't fit squarely either and had to figure out that fix myself too because the Directions were inadequate too. If u have the utility rail expect problems.
Reviewed by Ryan R (Sacramento, CA) Reviewed for a 2012 GMC Sierra — Aug 02, 2012 9:27 PM
Installation was very simple and it looks great on my truck. I have a Line-X spray in liner and while it does fit, the liner does affect the fit. The Line X gets sprayed in very thick, so it actually makes the distance between the top rails slightly narrower than without a liner. What this causes is the Velcro to need to be stretched further over the side rails in order to get it snug. There appears to still be plenty of Velcro making a good seal, but I do wish it didn't have to pull so far over the edges. Overall I really like the cover and I suspect that any soft cover would be affected in the same way if it mounts between the top rails.
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Asked by Lewis W.
Feb 16, 2012 4:26 PM
2012 Chevy Silverado
I am buying a 2012 Silverado std. 6 1/2' body to be delivered in April. I currently have a 2004 Silverado with a 6 1/2' body and have the extang express tonneau cover that I purchased from you last fall. My question is can I use the same tonneau cover on my new Silverado?
Answered by Michael K. — Feb 17, 2012 9:03 AM
Hi Lewis, we looked into this and found that Extang uses 2 different part numbers for those year trucks. Chevy made a lot of changes since '04, so the old cover is probably not going to fit correctly.flag Accept Answer