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Advantage TorzaTop Tri-fold Tonneau Cover Part #20318 Customer Reviews
5 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Scott R (MONROE, CT) Reviewed for a 2012 Ford F-150 — Sep 13, 2017 4:27 AM
I had my first Torza Top on my old Tundra for 14 years and it was in nearly pristine shape (except for a small hole I accidentally poked in it and repaired with tarp tape). Naturally the only top I considered on my new F-150 was a Torza Top and I'm not disappointed. The new latches are better and stay out of the way of gear under the cover. It fits and deals better though honestly my last Torza kept my bed dry in all conditions. Well worth the cost and rugged as well!
Reviewed by gary c (lebanon, OH) Reviewed for a 2014 Ford F-150 — Jun 26, 2016 6:01 AM
the Torza Top Tri-fold vinyl cover is very easy to put on and its a nice looking cover had one on my 2007 f150 and liked it really well, so i just had to get one for my 2014 f150 stx and it looks good and keeps everything dry in the bed..
Reviewed by Calvin L (Columbus, OH) Reviewed for a 2013 Ford F-150 — Feb 04, 2014 8:43 PM
Fantastic tonneau cover for a small cost increase over an economy model (aka one with snaps). Easy to use, well built, sleek appearance, quick access to the bed, can be removed in less than 30 seconds. Can't beat it! Alignment can be a little tricky, but you get the hang of it.
Reviewed by thomas h (Glen Allen, VA) Reviewed for a 2011 Ford F-150 — Jul 21, 2011 7:03 AM
Packing was fine. Install takes 10 min max. The clamps are a little (very little) tricky. Hard to tell exactly how much to screw them in to set the proper tension, but once set, you shouldn't have to adjust again. Only complaint (and this is from lack of experience), is that the top flutters in the wind and I can hear it while driving. Don't care much for that, but I am guessing all the vinyl ones do that. Guess that's the advantage of the rigid style.
Reviewed by Christopher H (Midwest City, OK) Reviewed for a 2010 Ford F-150 — May 06, 2011 5:27 AM
Top seems quite sturdy and is easy to install once you get the hang of how the clamps work. I have not had any rain on it yet so I can't attest to how water tight it is. However, by looking at the seals, I only see a couple of small places that might leak in the front corners. I would think these places can be easily plugged if necessary. May also be issues around the tail gate, but that is common to all covers unless you install tail gate weather stripping. Overall, if it holds up, I believe it is an excellent value. For Ford F150 owners, I would recommend that you trim the bed rail covers back enough (approximately 1/2 to 3/4") to ensure that the clamps are resting against metal instead of against the part of the plastic bed rail cover that extends below the metal rail into the bed. Otherwise, the clamps might bend the plastic and the cover doesn't clamp down quite as well. Also, the extra roll of weather stripping they send you is for the front of the bed since it is lower than the sides.
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- Part #:20318