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Honda Ridgeline Soft Tonneau Covers

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Extang Trifecta Folding Tonneau Cover Reviews


Best Tonneau Cover

Reviewed By Raymond C (Parkersburg, WV) Reviewed for a 2014 Honda Ridgeline —2/3/2015 6:53 AM

Easy installation and removal if full load is required. Recommend canvas upgrade for appearance. Removal of top front hooks is required. You will need to retrofit the rubber covers to weatherproof the hole left after revival of the top front hooks. The rubber sent in package are too small to completely seal the hook hole. Recommend complete waterproof calk around all ruber seals for leak protection. Installed complete cover and seals in one hour by myself. Make sure to install all seals and calk

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Access Roll-Up Tonneau Cover Reviews


Cover looks great, functions well, but install not so good...

Reviewed By Jeffrey R (CHARLOTTE, NC) Reviewed for a 2008 Honda Ridgeline —7/15/2014 8:09 AM

I really like this cover, it looks great on my truck, I've calculated that its improved my gas mileage, and it functions well and is easy to roll up or roll out. My issue was with installation. The cover came with Ridgeline-specific parts to attach the cover to holes in the bed of the truck, however I received no instructions of how to install it, other than the standard truck bed instructions (which were almost no help at all) and luckily found a YouTube video that walked me thru it.

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TruXedo Lo Pro QT Soft Roll-Up Tonneau Cover Reviews


Lo Pro

Reviewed By Robert J (Gilbert, AZ) Reviewed for a 2013 Honda Ridgeline —6/27/2014 9:07 PM

The Lo Pro seems to be a good looking cover for the Honda Ridgeling. I wish to reserve quality judgment until I've had it a while. I am wondering how it will hold up in the AZ sun and heat and how it will hold up during high speeds over the road? The hardest part was getting the two forward bolts lined up and started into the indented threads. I struggled quite a bit with this. I think a small matching indentation in the rail that fits into the truck bed bulkhead would solve problem!

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