If you sacrifice precious bed space for the security of a truck toolbox, you really care about security. But what about the rest of your gear—the stuff that doesn’t fit into that diamond-plate bank vault? In the past, you had to gamble on a bargain-bin blue tarp or one of the few tonneaus made for toolboxes, which weren’t much better. But now, you can keep your toolbox, and cover your bed, with the best bet in tonneaus—the Extang Trifecta Toolbox Tonneau Cover.
Featuring everything that makes the original Trifecta a sure bet, your Trifecta Toolbox cover is assembled and ready to rock right out of the box. With the straightforward design, all you need to do is put it on your bed, tighten the clamps and hit the road—go from uncovered to covered in 3 minutes flat. And, that’s with no tools, cutting or drilling needed at all.
Along with the easy installation and made-for-toolbox design, your Trifecta tonneau features the legendary look that sets Extang apart. And, that sleek style is for more than just looks, it can also improve your fuel mileage. Ease, style and economy—now that’s a Trifecta worth betting on! Best yet, Extang backs your Trifecta Toolbox Tonneau with a Lifetime Warranty on the frame and 10 years on the tarp.
Reviewed by Trent S (Nappanee, IN) Reviewed for a 2002 Dodge Ram — May 24, 2013 8:15 PM
This is exactly what I needed. I wanted to keep my truckbox and use a cover. I like the tri-fold and its very easy to put on and take off however I could see daylight between the front of the cover and the truck bed. I made some clamps for up at the very front so it takes a few extra minutes to take off and put on but no big deal. Keep in mind if you have a low profile toolbox the latches will be covered. Mine are but I mounted some buttons and a lock solenoid so I can open it w/out the latches
Reviewed by Brendan D (NEW ALBANY, OH) Reviewed for a 2012 Ford F-150 — Apr 16, 2013 2:37 PM
The cover fit well and was easy to install, however it took a little bit to waterproof the bed. The seal between the L channel and the toolbox didn't not keep water from leaking into the bed. One strip of an automotive waterproofing seal attached to my diamond plate toolbox seemed to do the trick. Works so far for just sitting in the rain, but I haven't driven in the rain yet.
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