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BAK RollBAK G2 Tonneau Cover Part #R15409 Customer Reviews
7 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Greg A (LAGO VISTA, TX) — Aug 16, 2016 1:56 PM
Leaks terribly both by the canister and down the sides and back. The canister cover is bent 2 places due to packaging it looks like and another part is down to the metal already. It was difficult to install. If i could return it and go with the Truck Cover USA I would gladly do so and pay the difference.
Reviewed by Gerald G (COAL VALLEY, IL) Reviewed for a 2012 Toyota Tundra — Dec 22, 2012 2:42 AM
The cover arrived within the scheduled delivery time as promised. All parts and pieces fit correctly. My drop in bed liner required some modification, just as described in the directions. I am impressed with the fit, its low profile and accessibility. When necessary to lock the tailgate this will provide the security I was looking for. The .pdf from BAK was not fully downloadable and would have been helpful.
Reviewed by Ronnie V (Parsons, TN) — Apr 02, 2012 12:11 PM
Installation was ok but not simple. This cover looks better than any Tonneau I have ever seen and the operation is simple and easy. It's not as waterproof as I would like since we travel some and carry luggage (This cover should eliminate the use of a turtle.) I have a crewmax cab 2011 Tundra and it has more cab room than most cars so we use it for travel a lot. Great looking and easy to use cover that just needs a little more attention to being water tight. Would buy again.
Reviewed by Robert M (Cypress, TX) Reviewed for a 2007 Toyota Tundra — Jan 04, 2010 8:33 AM
The G2 arrived on schedule and with all of its parts. I had read that the installation instructions were poor, so I watched the video on the BAK website. This helped me interpret the written instructios that came with the cover. Installation took about 3 hours, largely due to proceeding slowly while interpreting the instructions. I called BAK several times to get clarification on one point. I never got a call back from my first call. On my second call, I was on hold for over 40 minutes before I finally hung up. After my thirsd call, I finally got a call back, and my question answered. The cover worked right the first time, and I immediately used it on a road trip that covered 2500 miles in a week. It does leak a bit, but my first impression is that it will work well for me. It is easy to use, and good looking.
Reviewed by Scott L (Constable, NY) Reviewed for a 2009 Toyota Tundra — Dec 31, 2009 4:58 AM
The fit and finish are very good. It looks and works great the only complaints I have are the installation directions are poor. I needed to get some thin high density foam and some automotive 3m double sided tape to shim the side rails so they would not be angled upwards,and the unit is far from water tight.But overall I find the unit to be very good.
Reviewed by Thomas K (Chelmsford, MA) Reviewed for a 2010 Toyota Tundra — Sep 04, 2009 2:24 PM
I found the G2 easy to install.Can be installed by one person. The Quality was good . Could use a better rail system to close cover ,Women can find it difficult to close
Reviewed by dennis m (Cortlandt Manor, NY) Reviewed for a 2007 Toyota Tundra — Jul 13, 2009 7:15 PM
Overall, I like the cover, however, the installation was not as fast and easy as BAK claim it is, nor were the directions 100% correct. Not sure what others think, but I'm pretty mechanically inclined and it took almost 4 hours to get it right and it's still not 100%. It's definitely not water tight, as water travels the rails and leaks into the bed at a pretty quick rate. Gas mileage is better and truck seems to handle slightly better (more rigid).
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