Not sure which 2006 Toyota Tundra Retractable Tonneau Covers are right for you? We have over 347 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:
"Unit functions well and should last. The installation was easy because I watched all the you tube vids. Hint, drill for your drain tubes before you mount the canister, or you may need an angle drill. My bed is fiberglass, so I drilled in the Side walls of the wheel wells for a clean high exit. The unit does leak a bit from the side rails, but not really much of an issue. Most of the water enters when the truck is parked. When going down the highway the water does not have a chance to get inside. The powder coat is heavy and well done. Many of the component parts are obviously hand cut and a little rough, but they all hide. Hint mount everything tight to the front of the bed and check tailgate fit. I had to do some notching of the rails as they were too long. Paint the canister safety bar before you mount it or you will see shiny aluminum when the unit is open. Purchased a pop n lock to secure tailgate, it works but is cheap. The entire installation is clean, stout and uncluttered which should deter thieves." —Bruce M from Waynesville, NC bought a BAK RollBak Tonneau Cover G2 for a 2006 Toyota Tundra.
"VERY EASY TO INSTALL TOOK 30MINUTES LOOKS GREAT AND WORKS FINE LOCK WORKS PERFECTAND SLIDES BACK AND FORTH WITH NO EFFORT" —Mike E from Marrero, LA bought a Pace Edwards JackRabbit Tonneau Cover for a 2006 Toyota Tundra.
"The cover was very easy to install it only took about an hour and it looks and works great thank autoanything" —Stephen C from Marion, MA bought a Pace Edwards JackRabbit Tonneau Cover for a 2006 Toyota Tundra.
"This was my first time installing a cover and while it took me longer than the estimated 30-60 minutes, the instructions were clear and accurate. I did the installation by myself (I'm not the handiest person) with only one problem: The rearmost rail clamps were difficult to assemble, but a little urging with a hammer did the trick. The cover looks great, slides smoothly and keeps most moisture out of the bed - we had a deluge the day after installation and there was a minor amount of water that accumulated in the bed. All-in-all a smooth operation and good investment." —Tim W from Cleveland, OH bought a Pace Edwards JackRabbit Tonneau Cover for a 2006 Toyota Tundra.