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Extang Revolution Tonneau Cover Part #54705 Customer Reviews
9 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Joe Q (Rock Springs, WY) Reviewed for a 2016 Chevy Silverado — Mar 13, 2015 9:03 PM
GOOD PRODUCT SO FAR. RECIEVED THE COVER BUT, NO INSTRUCTIONS WERE INCLUDED. MAKES ME WONDER IF THIS WAS A RETURN AND RE-PACKAGED. I WENT TO GOOD OLD YOUTUBE AND WATCHED A VIDEO. PRETTY SIMPLE TO INSTALL. I FIGURED OUT HOW THE BRACKETS NEEDE TO FACE MY RAIL SYSTEM ON MY TITAN. THE REST WAS EASY.
Reviewed by Matthew H (Chelsea, AL) Reviewed for a 2004 Nissan Titan — Apr 08, 2012 1:24 PM
I've had this tonneau for about 7 months now and overall, I'm happy with my purchase. The fit is good, I have not noticed any water getting to the bed of my truck, and I never hear it while I'm traveling down interstate. It's very low profile and sits just flush with the top rail of my truck bed which is exactly what i was looking for. The only reason I gave an 'average' rating on 'ease of installation' is because you have to install 6 brackets along the utility track (3 on each side) in order to install the tonneau itself. There are no instructions provided on how to install these brackets, but I got it figured out. Also, there was a part missing when i went to install the tonneau, which was very frustrating. I called Extang to send me the part, but when it got to me they had sent the wrong one (very frustrating once again). I called again, got the right part sent and got it installed. The tonneau was a little too tight at first, but I was able to easily adjust it by loosening the spring at the cab end of my truck bed. One thing to consider if you're buying one of these for a Nissan with a utility track system is that you will essentially NOT be able to use any of the accessories (bed divider, bed extender, etc.) for your utility track. THis is because the brackets mentioned earlier block the track itself. You can use the track accessories, but you will not be able to slide them along the track but a foot or so, and you will not be able to attach/detach them without taking off the brackets for the tonneau. This wasn't a deal breaker for me, but I don't use my utility track accessories all that much anyway. the other thing I like about this tonneau is that you can very easily roll it up to the cab when needed for hauling larger items in your truck. Since the tonneau is low profile, you lose some height while it is covering the bed. About the tallest thing I can put in my bed with the tonneau on is your standard sized cooler with about 1/4" left to spare.
Reviewed by William H (Memphis, TN) Reviewed for a 2005 Nissan Titan — Mar 21, 2012 2:55 PM
Installed this cover on my 2005 Nissan Titan with tie down system. Overall the cover was fairly easy to install once you figured out the clamp system. The installation guide is very generic. The clamps are modified for the Tie Down system. Once you figure out how they go on, installation is very quick.....about 45 min. Cover looks good but is not completely waterproof. Overall I am very satisfied with this purchase
Reviewed by Mark R (Edmonds, WA) — Aug 13, 2011 6:26 AM
The installation was very easy and had it in place in about an hour and a half. The cover looks great and fits the rail system of my Titan perfectly. However, the package came damaged with a part broken and some missing; Fedex I am assuming. Luckly there were enough extra parts from the standard installation package to supplement the lost parts, but I did need one minor part reshipped. AutoAnything's customer service rep (Cory) did a nice job and got me the part right away. I would suggest that the full installation instructions be included with the shipment as opposed to the customer having to go a web page to find the instructions specific to their truck. Once I got this in hand, it was a snap.
Reviewed by Alex G (Farmingdale, NY) Reviewed for a 2008 Nissan Titan — Feb 09, 2011 4:56 PM
I ordered this cover because it offered a version compatible with my Nissan Titan's UtiliTrack system in the bed. When I got the Tonneau everything seemed OK except there was no adapter kit or instructions on how to mount it over the existing track system. I refused to remove the track system from my truck so I ended up using 4 of the 6 provided mounts by mounting the far front and far rear of the Tonneau rails to my truck bed. I did this by drilling 2 new holes in the far front and far rear of the rails and using the existing hardware to mount them. It holds just fine, but I will have to find a way to customize a bracket that holds the rails in the middle as well without interfering with my track system. So far I've had the cover for a few weeks and everything works perfectly, didn't have to calibrate it at all, lets hope it holds up long term.
Reviewed by Steven S (Tallahassee, FL) Reviewed for a 2008 Nissan Titan — May 06, 2009 9:00 AM
I was looking at the undercover hard cover but I did not like the fact that when I needed to carry something away from home that I could not. With the Revolution you give up a little in security but you get a lot of flexibility and I picked up .5 mpg.
Reviewed by Beau M (Moline, IL) Reviewed for a 2008 Nissan Titan — Apr 07, 2009 6:54 AM
The Extang Revolution cover seems to be a great buy. It's sleek, low-profile, clean appearance was exactly what I was looking for. The cover does not flutter excessively at high speeds as some of the other soft covers do. I have not driven it enough to get accurate MPG calculations out of it. The ONLY problem that I have had from it so far was the initial mounting. My Nissan Titan has the Utili-Track system around the top of the bed railings. This is where the bed covers mounts into. The shape of the clamps provided by Extang leave a gap between the bottom side of the clamp and the Utili-Track. This does not allow the mounting channel for the cover to set level with the bed rails. This was easily fixed with a couple of shims and an extra 15 minutes. All is well now. Like I said, Great Cover and I would recommend it to all my friends and family.
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