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BAK BAKFlip F1 Folding Tonneau Cover Part #772409 Customer Reviews
9 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by John A (Arlington, VA) Reviewed for a 2015 Toyota Tundra — Oct 14, 2015 11:18 AM
The cover was easy to install and went on with no issues when following the instructions. Overall install time was roughly 20 minutes after unpackaging. Packaging for the product itself was well done and secured/protected the cover during transport effectively. Other reviews stated that the drain tubes included with the cover were not long enough and they had to contact the manufacturer to get longer ones sent to them. I had no issues with the ones in my package as they reached the drain holes within the truckbed with no problem.
Reviewed by Kevin S (COAHOMA, TX) Reviewed for a 2013 Toyota Tundra — Jan 02, 2013 12:58 PM
Just a few problems with installation, body molding on inside of bed interfered with spot where I intended to install clamps. Just had to move them slightly and add a gasket to front of bed cap and tailgate to make weather proof. Tundra has rhino lining in bed and had to cut the lining around bed ports to install drain lines. Just remove the port covers and drill hole and snap them back on.
Reviewed by Warren J (COLORADO SPGS, CO) Reviewed for a 2011 Toyota Tundra — Dec 20, 2011 9:15 AM
I love the engineering. I put it on and tried it out on a 4 day road trip through a blizzard and 0 degree weather. No problems! Drain tubes were too short so i emailed bak industries and they sent out some new ones in less than a week. Didn't notice any snow and was very easy to install. I am not sure if the dirt bikes will work with it flipped but it is easy to remove and can fit between the bikes if i want to bring it along.
Reviewed by Betsy G (Diamondhead, MS) — Oct 14, 2011 10:40 AM
I love my BakFlip. It looks great and definitely helps in saving gas mileage. I have to admit though it does leak but this may be due to how I had to install it. I have a spray-on bedliner and the large drains were covered by the spray. I had to jury-rigged the tubing to flow through small holes on the side of my truck and this may be causing it not to drain properly. My only compliant is when I received my package, there were NO INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS. There wasn't even a parts list. Luckily there were plenty of YouTube videos to fill in the blanks. Overall I'm very please with my investment.
Reviewed by Patrick S (Cedar Park, TX) Reviewed for a 2011 Toyota Tundra — Sep 21, 2011 9:01 AM
It was very easy to install and looks professional. The material is very sturdy. Opening and closing is very easy and the doubts I had regarding the "cable lock" were unfounded. You have to get used to opening the cover before closing the tail gate, because in the beginning you might tend to forget that. Though the adaption to my Tundra is well made, a few things could be improved. I do have a Texas Edition with the bed spray and I cannot mount the clamps which hold the cover rail and any point. I was trying to mount them at the very end, the exact middle and the beginning of my bed, but they won't fit at the very end because of bed protection. Time will tell how this rubber protection keep up with the weather - I might need to add some lubricants. After all I am very happy with this purchase. The price seems a bit high for the material, but I guess I am paying some for the design;).
Reviewed by N WAYNE E (GLEN ALLEN, VA) Reviewed for a 2010 Toyota Tundra — Jul 14, 2011 7:37 AM
My wife loves her new tonneau cover. I found it surprisingly easy to put on. I'm not exactly Mr Fixit, but it took maybe 10 minutes and we were finished. It looks terrific and is much more user friendly than the hinged hard covers.