Pickup truck beds have long been jealous of the cab. No matter what you use your truck for the bed just seems to get the short end of the stick. Always getting left out in the rain and foul weather. Constantly under siege from unsavory characters reaching in and snatching whatever they please. Tools tossed about carelessly, sliding and banging and denting anything in their path. Filled with dirt, rocks, yard debris and all of the disorderly detritus that the cab just can't be bothered with. And all the while the valuables are stowed neatly in the warm, dry, safe cab. Cup holders, carpeting, music, heat! The cab gets all the good stuff! But now you can give your truck bed a touch of class, style and added security so it doesn't feel like it's playing second fiddle anymore, thanks to the new BAKFlip FiberMax Tonneau Cover!
No other tonneau cover that BAK makes is as strong or as sturdy as the BAKFlip FiberMax. It's custom built from Fiberglass Reinforced Polymer (FRP) on the outside with a solid aluminum core, giving it the perfect blend of rigidity and light weight. So, it keeps crooks out while creating a stable deck for stacking extra freight. And, BAK uses a revolutionary hinge system that stops the nastiest weather from leaking in.
What's more, the BAKFlip FiberMax Tonneau Cover flips all the way up to the front of your bed, opening up your entire payload when you're hauling oversized gear. Once folded up, it shields your rear window from shifting cargo, and it's padded to protect your paint from scratches. BAK designed the FiberMax Tonneau Cover to work with most bed liners, toolboxes, bed extenders and truck racks, and your truck's stake pocket holes are left exposed to allow the use of numerous accessories. Plus, installation's a cinch, thanks to the integrated rail guides and no-drill mounting (most vehicles). And, BAK backs your FiberMax Tonneau with a 2-year warranty.
178 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Bill C (WAVERLY, IA) Reviewed for a 2008 Chevy Colorado — Sep 08, 2014 7:29 AM
Purchased this for our Chevy Colorado ext cab- Happy with the ease of installation (there are several Utube how-to videos available)and the quality of the product. Had a one pc fiberglas tonneau cover on our last truck- it looked good but was really unhandy when you wanted to use the truck as a truck. The BAKFlip cover looks good and is really handy for those times when the entire bed length is utilized. It seems to be well built and should last.
Reviewed by Bryan D (Round Rock, TX) Reviewed for a 2009 Dodge Ram — Aug 21, 2014 8:24 PM
It took about an hour to installed the flip Bak on my 2009 dodge ram 1500. The instructions need some work though not enough detail even with pics. some pictures are hard to determine front or rear. The final result is awesome though. I noticed a 2 mile per gal.increase pulling a boat. It looks great and meets all my needs. I have also used the truck to haul furniture with ease of folding up the cover.
Reviewed by Jeffrey B (FLOWER MOUND, TX) Reviewed for a 2003 Ford F-150 — Aug 13, 2014 7:11 PM
This BakFlip replaced a 10 year old Retrax which finally gave out. Because I'm not keeping the truck another ten years, I went with what I thought would be a bit less high end bed cover. I'm very impressed, both with the ease of installation and degree to which the bed provides a more weather proof cover than the Retrax. It doesn't roll, but the flip sysem isn't bad once you get used to it. The only minor nit I have to pick is that the directions called for the shims, which I messed on the initial installation. The next weekend I removed the cover and put the shims in. The cover would not seat, so I took them out and everything was/is fine. Fit and finish seem very good and I like the appearance of the pebble type top.
Reviewed by scott r (johnstown, PA) Reviewed for a 2013 Ford F-150 — Aug 01, 2014 2:15 PM
This is my second bakflip cover, I had one only last truck & loved it. I tried to just get away with a regular trifold soft tonneau on my new truck.....but hated it. I went with the fibermax style this time, due to the last style I had ended up getting pelted with hail & it made dings all over the cover. Instructions aren't much, look on YouTube or if you're handy its not an issue. I had mine on in 30 mins or less. They are pretty well built & have handled all the weather Pennsylvania can send.
Reviewed by Ryan P (Boston, MA) — Jul 30, 2014 7:52 AM
Fits perfect. Took a little less than an hour to install using only a wrench. Easy one man job. Throw the instructions away and use the video on the website. Much easier to follow and understand.I've had and used it for 2 weeks now and it is secure and tough. No issues or complaints. AutoAnything was also extremely helpful in sending me the correct size after I ordered the wrong one at first. No fee or shipping charges to me for my error. 5 star service. Will buy from them again.
Reviewed by Alex H (Circle Pines, MN) Reviewed for a 2014 Honda Ridgeline — Jul 17, 2014 8:23 PM
Easy to install (I am not handy) and a very tight fit. Easy to operate and very nice appearance. On one side in about a 1 1/2 inch area, the rubber against the side of the bed dips a bit lower and may let water in. I am trying to figure this out and I am a bit bummed about it. But I have been through the car wash and no leaks. I would for sure recommend versus a vinyl cover!!!
Reviewed by Dennis N (Yuma, AZ) Reviewed for a 2014 Toyota Tacoma — Jul 17, 2014 3:08 PM
Well Made,light weight, easy to assemble tonneau. Will have a highway report in about 4 weeks....we are leaving o-dark-30 on first real vaca in 5 years. Estimate 2500 to 3000 miles. EE-hownow
Reviewed by Kanowell L (Las Vegas, NV) Reviewed for a 2011 Ford Explorer — Jul 12, 2014 11:24 AM
I've owned fiberglass tonneau covers in the past and have had family members that owned leather-style covers, but this cover is heads above all the rest. It folds three times, into three levels, back toward the cab. If you need full access to the cab, two solid "strut" style prop-rods are included. These are NOT struts, just solid rods. The cover is lightweight enough to install by yourself and remove by yourself. It is listed to hold up to 400 lbs; I weigh 215 lbs and it held me solidly.