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Extang TuffTonno Peel & Seal Roll Up Tonneau Cover Part #14950 Customer Reviews
16 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Ted E (Lafayette, LA) Reviewed for a 2008 Toyota Tundra — Feb 25, 2011 5:40 AM
Received the Tonneau when expected, thought it would take a while to install so I waited a couple weeks until I had extra time, I installed in less than 40 minutes, by myself. The only way it could have been easier is if you guys would have installed it for me. It's on for a week now and I love this thing. Looks great on my truck, great quality.
Reviewed by Andrew T (Coudersport, PA) — Jul 07, 2009 8:39 AM
This tonneau was very easy to install and I like the fact that I can put the top on by myself without the need for an extra set of hands. Very nice look and finish.
Reviewed by Travis L (Crab Orchard, WV) Reviewed for a 2007 Toyota Tundra — Jun 13, 2009 6:27 PM
The product serves its purpose but I was hoping the cover would fit a little tighter. Maybe the design needs to add another bow and slightly shorten the covers dimensions. It dosen't flap in the wind enough to fly off but it does flap. Extang also claims tonneau covers save you a little gasoline but after a trip to the OBX and back I didn't notice a bit. On the other hand being a previous owner of a hard tonneau cover, I personally like the useability of a roll up cover opposed to the fiberglass hinged type.
Reviewed by Micah O (Warwick, NY) Reviewed for a 2008 Toyota Tundra — Feb 27, 2009 5:20 AM
This is the first Tough Tonno I've had, others have been BlackMax tonno's with snaps. I definitely like the clean lines of the cover when it is closed. The clamps used to hold the rails down work relatively well. The varying depth of the bedrail on the Tundra makes a good fit tough when using standardized parts. It's a tough fit getting the edges down, lots of finger-work to get the last few inches down and clipped. Let the thing sit in the sun and warm up before trying to get it closed. Rolling the tonno up is NOT easy, as you essentially have this long plastic rail along the edges that needs to be compressed and coiled up on both sides. Those drawbacks aside, it's a nice tonneau, good value, keeps the bed covered and dry, with clean looks (when it's closed).
Reviewed by Milo S (Hackettstown, NJ) Reviewed for a 2007 Toyota Tundra — Dec 16, 2008 4:02 AM
Dealing with Autoanything was great and when I opened the box to install it there was a broken part. Finishing the installation I managed to break an end on the bow support. I called the 800 number to Extang and received replacements in a couple of days at no charge. Best of all was how pleasant and helpful they were. The entire experience was terrific. Thank you both....Milo
Reviewed by Gary L (Cincinnati, OH) — Jul 02, 2008 7:14 AM
The cover came and it was a bit confusing because it came with only two long top clamps and 4 short top clamps. I have the bed rail system so I had to use the optional clamps. Overall the cover is nice and the system was easy to install but the cover is very lose and looks like crap when I am driving. Since the system only came with two long top clamps I could not extend the rails out any and I have the cross bars on the top lip. Compared to the snap system though the design is much nice but the cover is not near as tight as the last Extand cover i had with snaps. Disappointed but living with it. Not sure there is anything that can be done.
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