What do you get when the classic look of a soft roll-up tonneau cover teams up with contemporary tonneau technology? The Advantage Sure-Fit Tonneau Cover—a fusion of old-school style and new-school convenience.
Back in the day, all tonneau covers closed with snaps, but those snaps had to be riveted into your truck bed—ever try adjusting a riveted snap? Forget about it. But, the snaps for your Advantage Sure-Fit Cover are float-mounted into rails along a frame that's custom sized to your truck bed.
Once in place, your Advantage Sure-Fit Tonneau Cover reduces wind drag for better fuel economy, protects your freight from the elements, and adds a vintage look to the rear of your rig. When you have large loads to lug around, the tear-resistant 8oz vinyl cover rolls up and secures at the front of your bed with integrated straps. Better still, it mounts fast without any drilling, and Advantage backs your Sure Fit Cover with a Lifetime Warranty.
58 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Kyle B (Noblesville, IN) Reviewed for a 2007 Dodge Ram — Apr 11, 2014 3:01 AM
The tonneau cover seems to being working pretty well. I had an extang blackmax before that seemed to be a little better quality but this one was about $80 cheaper. I just wanted it for traveling to keep everything dry in the bed. Had a little trouble getting everything mounted but I think it's because I had the side rails mounted the wrong way. The cross beams seemed too long. Worth the price though. I'd buy again.
Reviewed by Wilbert M (MINNEOLA, FL) Reviewed for a 2013 Toyota Tundra — Apr 10, 2014 5:32 PM
Good product. Easy to assemble by myself. Looks great! Only thing don't like is the bars across form like bumps. I guess is to keep the cover up. Anyway I can't complaint because it was a good deal. Thanks!
Reviewed by Michael A (PEYTON, CO) Reviewed for a 2003 Chevy Silverado — Mar 27, 2014 8:23 PM
Overall I like the look and fit...however...put it on in cooler weather...thought I would have to flip the snaps around to the looser setting...but have them on the summer/tighter setting and was still a little toooooo easy to snap. Still get a fair amount of flap at highway speeds. I think the rails need to be 1/4 inch longer in both length and width. This would tighten things up to reduce flapping.
Reviewed by James P (PORT RICHEY, FL) Reviewed for a 2013 Ford F-150 — Mar 24, 2014 8:07 PM
So far i have had it for about a week and its great doesntbseal perfectly between bed and cab but easily fixable install was a breeze and overall great havent seen much gas mileage change unfortunatley but seriously glad i bought for the deal i got from auto anything super fast shipping too
Reviewed by Jeffrey R (OGDEN, UT) Reviewed for a 1998 Dodge Ram — Jan 23, 2014 3:53 PM
The tonneau cover arrived in a timely matter. I was able to install the cover alone in about 40 minutes. The directions were easy to follow. The cover was only $179 and is well worth the price, it looks great.