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Does anyone here have one of these? I am thinking of getting one for my Crew cab, and would love a little feedback. It looks pretty cool...








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I have the Tri Fold on my 2011 Ram. Very easy to put on and to use after it is on. There are 2 screw type clamps at the front and 2 lever clamps at the back. Makes it very easy to use the bed of your truck if you have something large to haul around. There are also 2 locking straps to secure the cover when you have it folded up. Takes no time at all to install, although it took me a bit longer because I am particular how it went on. I looked around quite a bit before deciding on the TonnoPro. I recommend it.
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Thanks man :beer:
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I bought the trifold from extang.really like it.however,I was hunting today on the usual washboard road and found that by the end of the day;I had to realign it.the back had shifted over almost an inch.Letting water in.There is no way to stop this movement.Next time I might fold it up for roads like that.
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I have one VERY similar to this by rugged Same main Idea love mine
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Thanks for all the helP guys, I may just give this one a shot.
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I bought my truck on June 20 of this year, and by the second week of July, I realized I needed some type of cover for my bed.

After doing a lot of research, I decided to go with the Tonno Pro Tri-Fold. I bought it from a reputable online vendor and used a $20 off coupon with free shipping so I was happy with the deal I got.

Let me just say that having this thing on for 2 months now, I absolutely love it! No leaks at all..very easy to take on/off and it looks good. I cannot comment on how it will hold up during a NJ snowstorm, but I can say that it did a great job keeping my bed totally dry during Hurricane Irene.

Good luck with whatever you choose, but I highly recommend this product!

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Any real difference between the TonnoPro vs the Extang soft tri fold?
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I bought my truck on June 20 of this year, and by the second week of July, I realized I needed some type of cover for my bed.

After doing a lot of research, I decided to go with the Tonno Pro Tri-Fold. I bought it from a reputable online vendor and used a $20 off coupon with free shipping so I was happy with the deal I got.

Let me just say that having this thing on for 2 months now, I absolutely love it! No leaks at all..very easy to take on/off and it looks good. I cannot comment on how it will hold up during a NJ snowstorm, but I can say that it did a great job keeping my bed totally dry during Hurricane Irene.

Good luck with whatever you choose, but I highly recommend this product!

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Thanks a lot for the pics, you made me choice for me. It looks really good...
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