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Old 01-01-2011, 02:09 AM
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Originally Posted by MrPEZO View Post
Correct me if I am wrong but when I looked at their site the other day, when open all of the cover is up against the back window?>
That really depends on how far you open it. Yes when open ALL the way the Bak-flip does block the rear window. However that is only when you want access to 100% of the bed.

If you don't want the window blocked it takes minutes to remove the cover and leave the rails in place.

The other hard folding covers I looked at did not allow for full access of the bed without removing the cover. Several could not be left partially open (say 1 panel folded back) and still be driven because the only locking mechanism was at the front of the bed and the tailgate end of the cover.

The Bak-flips have locking mechanisms on each panel so it can be opened to various points (1 panel, 2 panels, or 3) and still drive at hiway speeds. When opened against the back window it also has supporting arms that lock in place to keep it there.
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