Protecting your truck bed doesn’t have to mean an unsightly tonneau cover. With a painted tonneau cover, the top of your truck bed blends seamlessly with your truck’s factory paint job. This is done by perfectly matching your new tonneau cover with your truck’s paint color. To do this, you need to know your truck’s paint code. The last thing you want is to start shopping for painted truck bed covers without this information – guessing could leave you with a mismatching cover. Luckily, the paint code is easy to find so you can be on your way to total truck bed security in no time.
The positioning of your paint code will vary depending on the manufacturer. The locations of Ford, Toyota, GM, Nissan and Dodge truck paint codes are listed below. This information is accurate for most year, make and model trucks, but may not be all-encompassing.
Where to Find Your Truck’s Paint Code
The following vehicles’ paint codes can be found inside the driver’s door; Ford, Toyota, Nissan and Dodge. While GM vehicles, like the Silverado, Colorado or the Sierra, color codes are located in the glove box.
For further information or additional makes, check out the user guides here: Paint Code Location Guide.
Picking Your Paint-Matched Tonneau
After you locate your paint code, don’t forget to make sure it matches the paint code we have listed for our painted tonneau covers, as seen here.
We have several options of painted truck bed covers for all makes and models. Not only do we carry a variety of brands, but you also have the choice of a painted fiberglass tonneau cover or ABS plastic cover. Both are heavy-duty, custom-fit and keep your gear safe and dry. The right one for you depends on your individual needs and uses. Before you choose, check out all of our tonneau covers with paint match options and their reviews. With a paint-matched tonneau cover, you’re proud to not only cruise to the job site, but around town afterwards.