Transform your payload into an impenetrable fortress with the Undercover Hinged Tonneau Cover. Crafted from super-strong polymers, your all-weather, hard hinged bed cover blocks against break-ins and foul weather. Lock included. 3-year warranty.
Lift it up at the tailgate or roll it back to the bulkhead—your versatile Extang FullTilt Hinged Tonneau Cover is both a soft roll-up and a hinged tonneau cover. Constructed from heavy-duty black vinyl with snaps or peel & seal closure. 10-year warranty.
Ranch Hinged Tonneau Covers give you unbeatable protection in a polished, paint-matched fiberglass finish. The Legacy’s seamless design, latch lock and triple-seal system ensures your cargo is always kept dry and secured in style. Backed by Lifetime Warranty.
Keep your cargo on lockdown and raise your rig’s style with the Ranch Sportwrap Tonneau Cover. Built tough for your truck from fiberglass and painted to match your exterior, the Ranch hinged tonneau cover is the perfect combination of class and coverage. Lifetime Warranty.
Raise your cargo protection and rear-end style with the Lund Genesis Elite Hinged Tonneau Cover. Custom crafted for a flawless fit, Elite Hinged Tonneau Covers boast a HAARTZ twill-weave fabric tarp, lift-assist shock absorbers and a no-drill install. Lifetime Warranty.
Not sure which 2005 Toyota Tundra Hinged Tonneau Covers are right for you? We have over 1722 customer reviews, with an average rating of 4.5, to help you find exactly what you're looking for. Here's what some of our customers have said:
"This is the 3rd Full-Tilt that I've owned on the 3rd truck. The cover itself is great! My only complaint is that it doesn't seal that well against the tailgate of my current truck (2006 Tacoma). It looks like the weatherstripping should be a little thicker. Other than that, the cover is flawless! Removes easy, fits well (except at the tailgate seal) and does it's job." —Robert H from Garner, NC bought an Extang FullTilt Tonneau Cover for a 2005 Toyota Tundra.
"Had to modify bed liner so took longer than 30 minutes. However, installation went well after that. Good water tight fit and looks great." —Weldon S from Creston, IA bought an UnderCover Tonneau Cover for a 2005 Toyota Tundra.
"I installed the cover by myself with a socket wrench and a screwdriver. It went very well and the unit was ready for use. The cover worked well and looks great. I have received many compliments regarding the way it looks on my truck." —David T from Grand Prairie, TX bought an UnderCover Tonneau Cover for a 2005 Toyota Tundra.
"I was a little apprehensive about ordering an item of this size and receiving it without damage, but I was pleasantly surprised, even though the box was slightly damaged the cover was unblemished. Just follow the shipping directions from Anything and you should be ok, I told the ups driver I need to open the box and inspect the item before signing and he obliged. It takes longer to open the box then to install it. The cover fits and works very well. No complaints so far, don't expect any" —Bob I from Des Plaines, IL bought an UnderCover Tonneau Cover for a 2005 Toyota Tundra, Double cab bed (approx. 6 ft.).
"Let me start by saying I love the cover. It took me about 40 minutes to install by myself and was as easy as they say. I like the quality for the money and am happy overall.
I will warn, however, that you should check it closely when it arrives. I checked the exterior and opened the box and (I thought) thoroughly checked the interior before signing for delivery. When I installed the cover I found a 2"x2" gouge on the back top of the cover. It bothers me, but there's nothing I can do about it since AutoAnything doesn't accept returns after signing. My mistake, so I have no choice but to live with it." —Andrew M from Dripping Springs, TX bought an UnderCover Tonneau Cover for a 2005 Toyota Tundra.
"The cover installation was easy and straight forward. I have a Toyota Factory bed liner and rail cap. I had to made some cuts in the liner to install the cover rail brackets, front and rear. A small metal drill bit cut an initial hole in the liner. Then used the side of the bit to finish the cut.
The gasket on the front rail, behind the cab, flaps on the rail liner. Wind is coming up from under the cab between the cab and bed. This is annoying. Still trying to solve this glitch.
Otherwise cover looks good, works well." —Gary S from Anacortes, WA bought an UnderCover Tonneau Cover for a 2005 Toyota Tundra.