Whether you want a hard tonneau cover, a folding tonneau cover, or just a way to cover your cargo, look no further than Extang's newest creation: the Solid Fold Tonneau Cover.
A hard, lightweight version of the renowned Extang Trifecta Tonneau Cover, the Solid Fold gives you all the security you need with incredibly easy to use features. Aircraft-grade aluminum with a sound honeycomb core gives each section unyielding toughness, yet the cover weighs just 50lbs. And, the black Poly-Tex finish provides sport-style looks.
There's no easier hard folding tonneau cover to use than the Solid fold. Simply drop your tailgate, pull the spring-loaded SpeedKlamps and fold back. The clamps even tuck into the cover. Then, the folded cover latches together with integrated buckle straps.
Installation is easier than any other hard tonneau cover. In fact, you can mount the Solid Fold to your bed without assembly, tools or any other hassles in 5 minutes or less. 3-year warranty.
440 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Donald C (Brockport, NY) — Jul 18, 2014 1:54 AM
The cover went on as described, very easy. I like the fact that I can open and shut the tailgate with the cover latched and locking the tailgate prevents entry. It appears to fit very well with the exception of the two front corners; I can see a little light there and plan to see what I can do to seal better. There were a couple minor gasket problems and the factory reps were very helpful and sent a new gasket. Haven't had it out in the rain yet but overall I think it will do the job okay.
Reviewed by DOUGLAS M (LAKEWOOD RANCH, FL) — Jul 03, 2014 10:15 AM
I have had my cover for a year, I returned it after approx 3 months due to it leaking between the panels and the aluminum hinge. I keep my 2013 Tundra in the garage and rarely use it except for when we go RV'ing. I recently took a trip, and got rain over the night so just to be safe I put a tarp over all our equipment. There was at least 1" of rain on the tarp, the new one leaked worse then the 1st replacement. They sent me a new one, this time I caulked it with 100% clear silicone top/bottom.
Reviewed by maria g (ORANGE PARK, FL) Reviewed for a 2011 Nissan Titan — Jul 03, 2014 5:03 AM
Shipped within a week. Able to install myself in about 25 minutes. Immediately impressed with the look. My truck has bed liner so there was a small gap up front. Laid down some weather stripping to fill the area first. Within 3 days of installing, ran truck through car wash. 2 damp spots inside. Wow. I expected a lot more water. All the reviews I read are dead on. Looks great. Easy to use. Secure. Sturdy. Well worth it.
Reviewed by Eversley S (IRVINGTON, NJ) Reviewed for a 1997 Dodge Dakota — Jun 24, 2014 10:31 PM
I am so pleased with my new tonneau cover the ease it took to put on the look it gave my truck accessing just the back if the truck with such ease is a comfort for me and the lock that I purchase to secure the tail gate said it all Thank a million just what I wanted
Reviewed by Darin H (Little Rock, AR) Reviewed for a 2014 Chevy Silverado — Jun 18, 2014 6:27 AM
I do a lot of research before purchasing the Xtang cover. I wanted a solid cover similar to the one that comes with a Chevy Avalanche. The Xtang definitely fits the bill. I could not be more pleased with it. It is sturdy and tough and about 99% waterproof. Installation could not be more easy. Overall I am completely satisfied.
Reviewed by mitch f (Largo, FL) Reviewed for a 2014 Ford F-350 — Jun 03, 2014 7:54 PM
I had the same cover on my F150.When I had a problem with it, I called and spoke to cust. service.Racheal was awesome and exceeded my expectations in resolving my problem.Just bought another one for my F350.Cover looks great,very weatherproof.EASY to install. My wife could put this cover on,solo.
Reviewed by Roger V (Rancho Palos Verdes, CA) Reviewed for a 2014 Dodge Ram — May 13, 2014 10:10 PM
The installation was not as "no tools" simple as the videos claim. The Ram's plastic bed rail caps extend below the metal and needed to be trimmed per the instructions. My rotary tool with a sander bit did the trick, but it took a while. I also have an Amp Research bed extender and the spring clamps in the back are not easily accessible because of the extender rails. It works but is awkward to release and re-clamp. The third point is that the cover is not that lightweight.