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2011 Nissan Frontier BAK Tonneau Covers

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Reviewed By Kevin B (PASADENA, MD) Reviewed for a 2011 Nissan Frontier —10/7/2015 6:45 AM

So far it seems pretty nice, though I did notice that when I fold the cover up the under side of the frame for each piece is cutting into the rubber seal that runs along the top edge of the cover.

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Reviewed By Earl L (SUWANEE, GA) Reviewed for a 2011 Nissan Frontier —7/14/2014 3:43 PM

The product is very nice. I believe I will enjoy this for a long time. The biggest problem was there was no installation instructions with the product. I finally found your video on line for install. My truck has a rail system so, your video was not quite the same. Finally I found someone who took photos of your rails being installed. I did not know which end went where. That was very frustrating. Once I saw the pictures, the installation when quick. You could save your customers a lot of time

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Looks fantastic, but not an easy install

Reviewed By Christopher B (Alexandria, VA) Reviewed for a 2011 Nissan Frontier —4/20/2012 9:49 AM

Bottom line: this cover works and looks great, once it's installed. It's the installation that's the hard part. Positives: the fit and finish is excellent; with a couple pieces of additional weatherstripping, it's nearly water-proof and once adjusted, I haven't had any problems in several months of use. The only real negatives are the install challenge and the cover is not compatible with a Nissan bed divider (clamps block the access to the Utilitrac). For a new Frontier, the aluminum clamps have to be modified - meaning, clamp them in a vise and use a hacksaw and file to remove the "lip" portion. Also had a problem with tailgate interference at the very end. Really need to leave room behind the rails for the tailgate to close. Simply installing it with the gate shut doesn't guarantee a working tailgate.

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