Truck toolbox or truck tonneau—that is the question. For years, truck owners looking to fortify their bed storage had to settle for one or the other. But with the Extang Solid Fold Toolbox Tonneau Cover, you can have your toolbox, and tonneau, too.
Featuring all the security and easy–to–use features of the original Solid Fold (which happens to be a hard, lightweight version of the legendary Extang Trifecta), the Extang Toolbox tonneau goes one better and makes room for your truck toolbox. That way, you get the Fort Knox security of a toolbox, with the sleek and secure function of a tonneau cover.
Extang crafts the toolbox tonneau from aircraft–grade aluminum with a lightweight honeycomb core, so each section is tough yet light. In fact, the entire assembly weighs in at less than 50 lbs. Then, they coat it with a black Poly–Tex finish for a sleek, weather–defending look.
Just like it's sibling, the Extang toolbox tonneau cover is the easiest tonneau to use and to install on the market. In fact, you can top your bed with the Solid Fold Toolbox Tonneau without assembly or in less than 5 minutes. Best yet, Extang backs it with a 3–year warranty.
Reviewed by Mike F (League City, TX) Reviewed for a 2011 Ford F-250 — Dec 17, 2013 5:49 AM
Looks high grade and super easy to install and remove... I looked at many different covers (all online) and I ran across a trade show utube video that demonstrated this one that helped with my decision. It a great buy (especially with the price match autoanything offers).
Reviewed by Charles D (LEXINGTON, KY) Reviewed for a 2011 Chevy Silverado — Aug 29, 2013 9:58 PM
Extremely happy with my cover so far although I purchased a Delta toolbox at the same time and the box took three extra weeks to come in so I haven't gotten them both installed. The cover seems to be a very easy install and in conjunction with my new tailgate lock all of my equipment will be safe and sound.
Reviewed by Matt W (NORTH CHARLESTON, SC) Reviewed for a 2008 Chevy Silverado — Feb 14, 2013 8:11 AM
Only problem I had with top is the fitment. Evidently there is a difference between the tailgates on non HD and HD chevrolets. top is designed for non hd and my truck is an HD. So rear bracket mounting position requires drilling holes in side of bed (on inside) in order to get tailgate to lineup with top. Tech support was good to work with in trying to find the issue.