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Pace Edwards JackRabbit Tonneau Cover

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    JackRabbit Tonneau Covers take utility to another level. Offering solid security and style, a JackRabbit truck bed cover is the best of both worlds. With an exclusive power spring design, your Pace Edwards JackRabbit Tonneau Cover makes it quick and easy to gain access to your entire truck bed.

    The JackRabbit's weather-resistant, padded polymer cover is laminated to rigid aluminum panels for a tight, solid fit. The low-profile look increases your truck’s aesthetic appeal as well as fuel economy. Custom-designed for your truck, installation is easy with no cutting or drilling required for most applications.

    JackRabbit Tonneau Covers feature an independent latch-and-lock system with a built-in strap and are lockable every 12” on long- or short-bed trucks. Your Pace Edwards JackRabbit Tonneau Cover comes with a 3-year warranty.

    Frequently Asked Questions

    How secure is the Pace Edwards JackRabbit Tonneau Cover?
    The cover panels are made from polymer laminated heavy duty aluminum which is stout and sturdy. It would require a lot of force and dedication to puncture the surface. Out of sight, out of mind is key. Covering your gear severly limits someone's interest in what may or may not be in the truck bed. As long as your tailgate is locked, the cover is very secure.

    Is the JackRabbit bed cover waterproof?
    Ultimately no truck bed cover is totally waterproof, unless it's a fully overlapping style. Most retractable covers do an excellent job however keeping major water out, due to the fact that the rails run uninterrupted down the entire length of the bed.

    Where is the JackRabbit bed cover made?
    The JackRabbit tonneau covers are made in the USA.

    Can I put cargo on top of the JackRabbit bed cover?
    Yes, putting cargo on top of the JackRabbit tonneau is possible. Absolute maximum capacity is not published but it's designed to take the full weight of a snow storm. 100-200 lbs evenly distributed is likely no problem but not verified by the manufacturer.

    How do I lock the JackRabbit if my truck doesn't have a tailgate lock?
    The JackRabbit locks and comes with keys. If fully closed, it overlaps the truck bed, preventing the bed from opening. For even more protection Pop & Lock Tailgate Locks are available for most trucks as an aftermarket solution that can be retrofitted if your truck was not originally equipped with a tailgate lock. Sold separately, available at AutoAnything.

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    Pace Edwards JackRabbit Tonneau Cover Customer Reviews

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    301 Customer Reviews

    Second JackRabbit for me!

    Reviewed by Dwayne Y (WATERTOWN, NY) — Jun 03, 2019 1:03 PM

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    This is the second go around for me. The first JackRabbit I bought was in 2003 and was installed on 4 different trucks. The take up reel spring finally failed and I thought a completely new unit was in order. A few updates in the clamp down system but the design has remained primarily the same for over a decade. Easy install which took about and hour. I did look at other covers but decided that the proof was in the longevity of my experience with Pace-Edwards.

    Just what I wanted

    Reviewed by Jon T (myrtle beach, SC) Reviewed for a 2019 GMC Canyon — May 15, 2019 6:18 AM

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    I am very happy with this product. Installation was horrible. I watched your video and several on Youtube which helped some. On one video it mentioned "unlocking" the cover so the two tabs would not stick out.This helped but is not in instructions.Finally I found that the rolled up cover was pushed too far to one side (not centered). After I manually centered the cover itself, I was able to insert the "cut out slots" in the two side rails into the main unit. Youtube videos saved me.

    Installation hardware is mediocre quality

    Reviewed by Kenneth D (EDNA, TX) Reviewed for a 2013 Ford F-150 — Apr 23, 2019 9:17 AM

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    I bought this for a 2013 F-150 SC with a 6.5' bed. The rail mounting hardware does not fit well on this truck bed. The clamps have come loose on several occasions so I don't feel confident about the installation. I inspect it routinely to verify the clamps are still in place.

    Cover for a long bed

    Reviewed by Philip K (Westminster, MD) Reviewed for a 2006 GMC Sierra — Feb 21, 2019 10:26 AM

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    Pleased with the cover, fits my 2006 GMC long bed very nicely and looks great.

    Wind blown cover

    Reviewed by Jeffery H (Harrisonville, MO) Reviewed for a 2011 Ford F-150 — Dec 20, 2018 2:46 AM

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    Install was easy with video. Overall quality I would say I am a little disappointed. When you drive down road. It shakes and wobbles at 70mph. I am also concerned about long term use with the vynal covering over top it sure doesn't seem to be able to handle years of outside storage. If I had the option to trade this one in for the all metal one I would Overall I am not all that impressed. This is my 2nd hard cover i have owned