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- Shroud your truck's precious cargo with the Lund Genesis Elite Tri-Fold Tonneau Cover
- Boasts a twill weave texture
- Your tonneau resists water, mildew, UV rays and other gunk
- Easy to install Tri-Fold design
- Includes cable clamp lock for extra security
- LUND Tonneau Covers are proudly made in the USA
- Lund Genesis Elite Tri-Fold Tonneau Cover carries a limited Lifetime Warranty
You may not navigate the wicked and treacherous sea, but when you're at the helm of your truck, the Lund Genesis Elite Tri-Fold Tonneau Cover protects your cargo from pillaging hands and foul weather.
Forget about scrawny truck cargo covers, this tonneau cover cloaks your payload in its heavy-duty twill weave texture. Plus, it resists water, mildew, UV rays and other gunk that Mother Nature throws at it.
Folding tonneau covers, like the Lund Genesis Elite, allow full access into your truck bed while keeping installation simple! In fact, its Tri-Fold design is one of the most coveted tonneau cover styles on the market thanks to its ease of use. What's more, your Genesis Elite adds to its allure with the extra security of a cable clamp lock. And, it's backed by a limited Lifetime Warranty.
Lund Genesis Elite Tri-Fold Tonneau Cover Customer Reviews
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Reviewed by Richard C (Evansville, IN) Reviewed for a 2006 Ford F-150 — Dec 17, 2016 6:09 AM
Cover looks good on truck and with 20% off and a rebate it's a great deal. The only complaints I have is that it could be 2-3" wider and the weatherstripping the cab could be thicker.
Reviewed by Phillip F (SHAWNEE, OK) Reviewed for a 2016 Chevy Silverado — Sep 08, 2016 12:26 PM
I was looking for a tonneau cover for my new Silverado. Settled on the Genesis Elite Tri-Fold based on specs and reviews. It took me about an hour to install the cover...with most of that time getting things ready to fasten it down. I ended up installing a thicker piece of marine grade weatherstrip under the front edge (between the box rail caps), since the one provided would have left a gap for water to get in. Really pleased as to how it looks installed.
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