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Access Original Roll-Up Tonneau Cover Part #13199 Customer Reviews
1 Customer Review
Reviewed by Michael L (Beverly, MA) Reviewed for a 2008 Nissan Titan — Mar 25, 2008 1:13 PM
The Good: Pleased with the cover on the truck; works great. I have an '08 Titan Crewcab longbed and there are limited choices available for it due to it's 7 ft 3 in bed length. Agricover's Access Roll up looked to be the one. The Bad: I was concerned about mounting a tonneau in a bed with the utili-trak. I knew I didn't want to do any drilling. I looked at Agricover's website and it looked like they took into account the utili-trak. I talked to Joyce from Agricover on the phone and she emailed me a .pdf file that showed how the back half of the clamp could be reversed, turned sideways, and actually slid into the Nissan track sections. Great. I ordered the product, got it quickly, and at a good price, and lo and behold, the clamp did not fit into the utilitrak. It was shaped differently and simply too deep to fit in the track. There was an "additional" bag in the box with special instructions for Nissan Titan's with utilitrak. It called for me to ditch the clamps altogether and drill holes and put in a bunch of screws. I didn't want to drill holes, so I removed the utili-traks from the sides (I left the front track on) and simply used the supplied clamps. This is the second access rollup tonneau I've had. The first was on a Nissan Frontier, so I knew I'd like the convenience of it. I let a local shop do the installation on the Frontier and they used clamps, not screws into drilled holes, but I don't recall how it differed from my Titan installation. The other reason I didn't hesitate to remove the utilitrak sections is that the Nissan moveable tie downs that fit in the utili-trak, I think, would have been very close to the inside edge of the tonneau side rails anyways, which concerned me; I didn't want to attach a strap to a utilitrak tie down point and then put tension on it only to find out it was pushing against the tonneau rail. Instead I am relying solely on the tie down points in the bed floor of the Titan. I think those will work for my needs. Just wish I would've gotten the right info from Agricove