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Access Literider Roll-Up Tonneau Cover Part #35179 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Dorian H (York, PA) — May 30, 2011 7:03 AM
Love the fact that the Literider works with the Tacoma's in bed tie-down system. (Uses 5 screws and spacers on each side instead of clamps- looks "cleaner"). Installation was a breeze. Do recommend having an extra set of hands to hold one end of the channel/ side rail up as you get the screws started on the other end (actually had my 4-year old help and that was plenty). Not 100% water tight. Small openings in the corners at the tailgate let small amount of water in, but works well enough for my needs. If not for small openings, this review would be excellent accross the board.
Reviewed by James W (Pottstown, PA) Reviewed for a 2011 Ford F-150 — Jan 05, 2011 6:01 PM
It took me about an hour to install my cover on my 2011 Tacoma 4 door Long Bed. Yes, you do need that little Torx driver and fortunately I had the right one. The hardest part was lining up the siderails with the holes and getting the new screws finger tight but after that, the rest was a breeze. I had no problem installing the vinyl cover even though it was only 30 degrees outside. It is easy to roll up and back down and seals effortlessly. I do get some leakage arount the corners, but not a big deal. I might try to use some weatherstripping there when the weather gets a little warmer. Overall, a great product at a great price. I might mention the cover arrived with one of the hold down straps (the one that holds it rolled up) ripped off and a small slit in the cover where it must have been sewn on. I called customer svce and emailed them some pictures of the damage. I had a new replacement vinyl in 4 days. I was very happy as I thought I might have to send the whole thing back.
Reviewed by Henry P (Essex, MA) Reviewed for a 2012 Toyota Tacoma — Dec 06, 2009 2:21 PM
after stripping the head on one of those bolts as i tried to remove the rail, and after much time spent with drills and easy outs, the rest of the installation was a snap. fit perfect the first time. this is my second literider and will recommend to everyone. (and will advise friends who, like me, are prone to stripping toyota bolts, find a handy friend!!)
Reviewed by Spencer S (Dallas, TX) Reviewed for a 2007 Toyota Tacoma — Aug 18, 2009 12:39 PM
The cover fits great and didn't need any adjustment what so ever. However, it might have been worth paying for the next model up. I really intended this to keep luggage and cargo dry when traveling. The Literdier model doesn't come with the extra seals and there are small gaps at all 4 corners. It keeps 99% of the rain out, but there are small amounts of water at the corners. But I am happy and will either make my own seals or just put junk towels in the corners when I expect to hit rain.
Reviewed by Matthew L (Berwick, ME) Reviewed for a 2006 Toyota Tacoma — Jul 09, 2009 2:32 PM
the access literider is a good buy. They customize the installation so that it fits in the existing rail slides without having to remove any parts or drill new holes. It took me about 2 hours to install but could of done it in an hour. I have noticed some water leaking through in the corners but a little weather stripping solved that. If you want to save a little cash as i assume everyone does, the literider is a perfect fit
Reviewed by John C (Frackville, PA) Reviewed for a 2009 Toyota Tacoma — Mar 12, 2009 1:28 PM
Great cover. Good fit. Looks great. Only problem was with the instructions for installation. Could have given better detail on attaching the cover to the side rails at the cab end. Was not clear about the tabs sliding over the side rails to align with the rail holes. But then again, I'm a guy, and how many guys are use to reading instructions. Also wish the bolts for mounting the rails were torx instead of hex. Other wise, a great cover
Reviewed by Frank B (East Taunton, MA) Reviewed for a 2009 Toyota Tacoma — Jan 16, 2009 4:39 PM
This cover is just as advertized. The installation on my 2009 tacoma was a snap and, working alone, it was completed in just over an hour. I did have to purchase a Torx to remove the rails. The rails for the sliding cargo hooks come off easily. When reinstalling them start on one end leaving the screw loose. Fit the opposite end losely and then intsall the center screws. Then working from front to tailgate tighten the srews while pressing the side rail with your knee. Be sure to watch the foam seal toward the tailgate it may get folded under. When I closed the cover for the first time, it fit like a glove...didn't even need adjustment. All in all I am very satisfied with this product.
Reviewed by Bradley S (El Prado, NM) Reviewed for a 1994 Toyota Pickup — Jan 01, 2009 2:54 PM
I got the cover right away. It was an easy install, taking about 30 minutes. The Literider Roll Up fit my Tacoma perfectly. The cover is nice and thick. I went with Access because I think they are the best. This is my third Access cover. I put a new one on every time I get a new truck. My last one lasted five years with plenty of use.
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