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Access Lorado Performance Tonneau Cover Part #45209 Customer Reviews
2 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Jeff O (Dripping Springs, TX) Reviewed for a 2007 Toyota Tundra — May 10, 2012 8:45 PM
Pretty easy to install and its a great fit on my crew Max Tundra. The instructions regarding the weather strip install were a little difficult to follow according to the pictures. I suggest a trial fit before adhering the strip to the bed. It should sit on top of the bed rail in an "L" shape, not inside the bed rail as the picture suggests. It looks very nice and access to the bed is easy with the new latch system. I like the warranty and the fact its made in the USA!
Reviewed by James F (Mullica Hill, NJ) Reviewed for a 2011 Toyota Tundra — Mar 21, 2011 8:25 AM
This is my second Access Lorado. I installed one on my first Tundra back in 2006. The appearance and funtion are still top notch. I now own a 2011 Tundra. I looked around and read reviews just in case there was something out there that would be even better. In my opinion, there just isn't any soft tonneau made in any price range that is any nicer looking or as easy to use. I love how the sides angle down toward your bed rails. It looks like it belongs there. Your bed rail pockets are still accessible if you choose to use them. It was easy to install and when I snapped it closed, the cover was tight as a drum! The adjustment features of the Loarado are easy to use if you ever need to tighten or loosen the cover due to extreme temperature changes. I prefer this type of adjustment over the automatic spring type adjusters. On this particular installation, I did not need to make any adjusments, but I remember making adjustments a couple of times on my 06. The velcro holds securely and is so much more convenient and better looking than snaps. The only down-side to the Lorado is the fact that the Lorado's side rails will protrude close to 3" inside your bed. This of course is only noticable when your cover is rolled open. On my 06, the rails interfered with my bed extender. I modified the bed extender's brackets to resolve that issue. To me, this one draw-back is no big deal. The postives far outweigh this one negative. I highly recommend the Access Lorado, and will no doubt be buying another one for my next truck.
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