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Extang Express Tonneau Cover Part #50650 Customer Reviews
8 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Charlie D (Hawley, PA) Reviewed for a 2007 GMC Sierra — Mar 04, 2014 1:00 PM
First and foremost, customer service from AUTOANYTHING and EXTANG is FANTASTIC. I could not be happier with both companies. As for the cover itself, this is the second one I own. High Quality, backed by a GREAT Company. Very easy installation, and can be done by 1 person. Allows full access to the bed without rubbing against the cab. Would recommend to anyone looking for a great cover, that does not let water into the bed and can withstand heavy snow.
Reviewed by Ryan R (Sacramento, CA) Reviewed for a 2012 GMC Sierra — Aug 02, 2012 9:27 PM
Installation was very simple and it looks great on my truck. I have a Line-X spray in liner and while it does fit, the liner does affect the fit. The Line X gets sprayed in very thick, so it actually makes the distance between the top rails slightly narrower than without a liner. What this causes is the Velcro to need to be stretched further over the side rails in order to get it snug. There appears to still be plenty of Velcro making a good seal, but I do wish it didn't have to pull so far over the edges. Overall I really like the cover and I suspect that any soft cover would be affected in the same way if it mounts between the top rails.
Reviewed by JAMES H (Baldwinsville, NY) Reviewed for a 2015 Chevy Silverado — Jan 19, 2012 12:21 PM
This was my 2nd purchase of a Extang express cover. The first was for a GMC canyon and I very happy with It. When I brought my silverado I purchase my 2nd express cover. My truck came with bed rails cap installed from the dealer. I installed the side rails for cover with no problem on bed. I went to installed tonneau cover and the Alum cross pieces would not fit between rails. I called Extang and was told I would have to remove or cut my bed caps.(not much help) I figured out that I could remove alum cross pieces from cover and trim 3/8" from it and reinstalled cross pieces on cover. The cover now fits with no problems and looks good.
Reviewed by Larry L T (Billings, MT) — Jun 21, 2008 4:37 PM
I would make the unit 1/2 to 1 inch longer so it would be farther over the box front lip and the tail gate top. This would shed water better. I would use a better seal system especially on the front, such as the hollow tubular rubber seal that was on my previous cover.
Reviewed by Todd M (Massena, NY) Reviewed for a 2008 Chevy Silverado — Jun 06, 2008 3:57 AM
After opening the box my cover came in it took me fifteen minuets to install the thing! It was way to easy. We have had a couple good rain storms since I've owned my cover and it has kept my truck bed completely dry. The only problem I can see with this cover is the rails install over the holes for a rack. It dosen't bother me but some people may need to use these and want to have a cover.