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2000 Nissan Frontier Tonneau Covers

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TruXedo TruXport Roll-Up Tonneau Cover Reviews

Love the Cover, Directions Not So Much

Reviewed By Marcus B (Avon Lake, OH) Reviewed for a 2000 Nissan Frontier —10/11/2014 10:11 PM

The directions were a bit lacking with the ambiguous pictures where it was difficult to tell one end from another and where the dimensions were important. Once I figured out the ends (about 10 minutes), the cover installed easily although I would caution to pay careful attention to the overlap on the tailgate. If not installed properly, at highway speeds, the end can pop-up resulting in a quick pullover to re-latch. Once I slightly modified, the cover is flawless. Overall, very happy.

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TruXedo Deuce 2 Tonneau Cover Reviews

This Is The Best Truck Cover

Reviewed By Darrell A (Westminster, MD) Reviewed for a 2000 Nissan Frontier —8/26/2012 6:54 AM

This truck cover is just what I was looking for! Delivery, price, installation, and ease of use really impressed me!

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Lund Genesis Tri-Fold Tonneau Cover Reviews

Installation not so easy

Reviewed By C William A (Pattersonville, NY) Reviewed for a 2000 Nissan Frontier —5/7/2008 7:20 AM

It's a great product, but if you have a bed cover, be advised that installation is not so easy. It took me a couple of hours (some of that being swearing time). The challenge is to cut holes in the bed liner at the four clamp locations so they can reach the bed rails to which they attach. Cutting the bed liner is no big deal--I used a hacksaw blade and utility knife (a dremmel tool would have been ideal, but I didn't have one)--but there are no instruction on where to cut the holes or how big they need to be. You have to lay the tonneau cover on the rails and look underneath to ascertain where to make the openings. Then you begin your cutting, determining how much to cut by trial and error. So, bottom line, it would be nice if the manufacturer discussed the installation process if you have a liner, at a minimum indicating where to cut and providing a template.

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