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Toyota Tundra Folding Tonneau Covers

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Extang Solid Fold Tonneau Cover Reviews


Worth it!

Reviewed By Brian W (FLORENCE, KY) Reviewed for a 2009 Toyota Tundra —1/26/2015 7:43 AM

I love my Solid Fold! It's rugged, looks nice and is a snap to install. Found a lower price and Auto Anything matched it too, so shop around first. One gripe others have noted: damage during shipping. This item ships from the Extang factory. They do a good job packing and padding the edges but the middle sections are under-protected. My first cover had a golf-ball size dent in the middle panel. Extang sent a replacement so all is good. Just an annoyance having to wait on a new one to arrive.

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TonnoPro TonnoFold Tri-Fold Tonneau Cover Reviews


Decent for the price

Reviewed By Vincent P (LANCASTER, NY) Reviewed for a 2013 Toyota Tundra —1/21/2015 12:48 PM

I've only had it on a few days. I have a sliding rack system on my Tundra, which required an extra step for installation. The brackets were supplied with the cover to do this installation. In all, it took about an hour to complete. The majority of that time was spent on the sliding rack brackets. The cover itself was very easy to install and secure by myself. It does flap a bit while driving. I don't know if this is normal for a tonneau cover as I haven't owned one before. I've seen this comment posted in other reviews. You can't beat it for the price though. I can't yet determine if it'll keep my cargo dry because it's January in Buffalo (snow and ice). It appears to seal pretty well to keep rain out.

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UnderCover Flex Tonneau Cover Reviews


I bough the Undercover Flex over the Bakflip Fibermax and Retrax

Reviewed By James S (FORNEY, TX) Reviewed for a 2014 Toyota Tundra —1/7/2015 9:05 PM

First off, I had a Retrax on my 2005 DC Tundra. It rattled so much I could never put the rear window down. Also I had to remove it when I need the full capacity of my truck bed. I researched the Flex and Bakflip Fibermax for my new 2014 DC Tundra. All the reviews sounded pretty even. Since AutoAnyhting sells both, I decided to call them for their input. The sales guy I talked with recommended the Flex over the Bakflip, so that is what I bought. I'm VERY happy with this decision. I love it..

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