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Old 06-29-2011, 09:57 PM
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I didn't after I used the Bakflip for a few weeks, I decided that I could live with it. I am $800 into the Bakflip it is installed and a set of Avalanche panels probably would set me back almost $1000. As if remember right they were like $600 each new. There are somethings about the Bakflip that I actually prefer. If you want to access the front of the bed, it is much quicker and easier to flip the Bakflip up than it would be remove the 3 panels of the Avalanche. The quality of product is not even in the same class as the OEM panels on an Avalanche, that is not even arguable, but the ease of use may have be hooked, now that I have it.

Like I said in the post on the other thread, once you come to terms with the build quality of the Bakflip it really is something that works well. Just man it could use a bump in manufacturing quality.
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