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BAK BAKFlip F1 Folding Tonneau Cover Part #772505 Customer Reviews
3 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by christopher i (Mount pleasant, TX) Reviewed for a 2014 Nissan Titan — Sep 03, 2014 8:55 AM
Everything is good except needs larger flaps of molding in fornt. and rear to seal out water and if you park where the bed sets level and water makes puddles has slight leak on seals of the fold.
Reviewed by william p (Payson, UT) Reviewed for a 2012 Nissan Titan — Jan 06, 2012 10:08 AM
After much research I opted to go with this product. I got it installed with one wrench and in about 15 minutes time. The product installs with ease and looks good. It has a really low profile and great fit. I have washed my truck several times and very little water entered the bed of the truck. This is because the tailgate space on the Titan and nothing to do with the BAKflip. The only issue I have is the directions were not clear and missing a few instructions. Google sorted this right out and was a really small issue after all. I have use of 98% of my bed and if I needed the 100% use, I can remove to knobs by hand in less than a minute and put the folded BAKflip to the side without any help or time consumption. This is a huge advantage if I need the bed space and view through back window. I would buy this product again over any other ones I have found out there.
Reviewed by Hale W (Franklin, TN) Reviewed for a 2010 Nissan Titan — Dec 16, 2011 11:16 AM
They sent me clamps that did not really fit. I called BAK about it so they sent me the same clamps again, but they used a grinder to take away some of the metal that was preventing a good fit. These clamps fit slightly better, but not perfect. The clamps clip the BAK rails to my truck's bed rail. The clamps would not clamp down completely flush. I wish those fit better. Other than that, not too bad. The cover itself looks good and is strong. I don't like the way you can't close the tailgate without first opening the F1 cover. It's kind of a hassle to always open that up just to close the tailgate. Other than the clamp issue, the installation was relatively easy. Just took a little trial and error to know how far back to slide it before tightening down. The overall fit is just okay. The latches that hold each section down are not exactly centered. The latch on the left seems much more secure than the latch on the right side, which barely grabs the rail. They need to include some kind of hose reducer too. My bed has a drain, but it's smaller than the hose that they send with it. Now I have to go buy something else just to complete the installation.
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