- What Do You Drive?
Please answer the following questions before adding to cart to help us provide you with customized for your specific vehicle.
- Collapsable cover protects your truck bed area with premium stretch-and-set fabric
- Belt-rail system makes installation and removal easy - no drilling needed
- Comes with tinted windows that zip-out for convenience
- Beefy YKK zippers are able to stand-up to your demanding adventures
- The securely sealed seams provide maximum water-tight protection
- Works great with 5th-wheel hitches and gooseneck trailers
- High quality sailcloth fabric won't mildew and is UV resistant
- Your Bestop Supertop Truck Bed Camper Shell is backed by a 2-year warranty
Keep the contents of your bed protected from the elements with the Bestop Supertop Truck Bed Camper Shell. When you're looking for a stylish and functional camper shell, Bestop delivers the same quality construction and good looks that Jeep owners everywhere have come to respect.
The Bestop Supertop Truck Bed Camper Shell installs easily using the innovative Belt-Rail attachment system. This snapless shell works with an adjustable bow system to provide bed coverage that fits perfectly. Add on the zip-out windows and rear door and you have a camper shell that is fit for superhero status. What's more, your new Bestop Supertop Truck Bed Camper Shell is backed by a 2-year warranty.
- ATTN: State of California Consumers
WARNING: Cancer and Reproductive Harm (www.p65warnings.ca.gov)
Bestop Supertop Truck Bed Camper Shell Customer Reviews
44 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Heather G (NORTH POLE, AK) Reviewed for a 2018 Toyota Tacoma — Apr 03, 2020 8:51 PM
Arrived quickly and was easy enough to set up. It took two people at some points and required a tool that most people wouldn't normally have at home. Seems a bit too tight in places but I'm hoping it'll stretch a bit as it settles. One part of the instructions was convoluted but if you do it wrong you realize pretty quick and no harm is done. The clamps that secure it to the truck bed are not the best qualityone snapped when I was fastening it. The rear windo should be hung by zipper not J hook
Reviewed by Norman O (COTTONWOOD, AZ) Reviewed for a 2011 Chevy Silverado — Apr 07, 2019 8:53 PM
AFTER READING SOME REVIEWS ON THIS TOP, I HAVE TO AGREE THE INSTRUCTIONS COULD BE MORE DETAILED AND CLEAR. HOWEVER IF YOU ARE MECHANICAL IT WILL BE NO PROBLEM. ALL IN ALL IT WORKS. WISH IT WAS TIGHTER TO THE CAB, AND ON A RUN ACROSS COUNTRY THE SIDE WINDOWS KEPT POPPING OFF THE J-RAILS ON THE TOP AND FLIPPING OPEN, NO MATTER HOW MUCH TENSION I PUT ON IT. FOUND OUT IT'S NOT WATER TIGHT, SOME SEAMS HAVE DAYLIGHT IN THEM, AND IT LEAKS IN THE FRONT UNDER THE FRONT RAIL. FOR THE MONEY, NOT BAD.
Reviewed by Vu C (JACKSONVILLE, FL) Reviewed for a 2016 Dodge Ram — Mar 27, 2019 8:39 PM
This this does almost what it is supposed to. With precise measurements and spacing, it still doesn't fit correctly. The flaps don't actually stay hooked and the bar cuts are horrible.
Reviewed by Philip G (YACOLT, WA) Reviewed for a 2018 Dodge Ram — Mar 10, 2019 8:12 PM
I reciently purchased the Bestop Supertop for my Ram 2500 and i am happy with the utility of the Canopy, however it is easy to tell it was not made for Ram spacificly, it does not fit in the front of the bed, it needs to be at 63.5" and the bed is 65.5" so the clamps are barely clamping to the bed rail. I broke the rear corner latch when installing (Bestop replaced the part within 72 hours). I would have bought a hard Canopy but i use my truck to haul dirt and gravle a lot.
Reviewed by Doug B (NEWPORT, TN) Reviewed for a 2003 GMC Sonoma — Sep 06, 2018 11:42 AM
A convertible camper shell turns out to be the perfect solution for me. Most of the time I'm hauling crated dogs, but occasionally I haul something big and tall. This shell folds down to make an open bed pick-up when needed. Installation was pretty straight forward, but be sure you do it on a sunny, warm, afternoon: NOT on a chilly morning (like I did). You'll work yourself to death trying to stretch a cold top over the bows and get it fastened to the rails. It's easy when warm.