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Old 08-04-2012, 09:06 PM
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I have the Extang Trifecta...



This one is about 3 years old and was moved over from my 2010 Ram... It was Quite inexpensive and is easily placed or removed by 1 person leaving no permanent damage to the truck as it uses clamps to hold it's position.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/elidar73/7713741058/

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Had a truxedo on my last truck, quality product! I am in the market for another bed cover for my new truck. I probably go with a Tonno Pro Lo-Rol at half the price of the truxedo Lo-Pro.
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I have had a few Access rollback covers and was very happy with them, how do they stack up to the TruXedo??
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Got the extang encore on my 2012 ram, love it, light and solid you can stand on it, im 215lb, easy to fold up, remove, install in 30min and locks up, Great product, just not cheap.

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I got a Bak G2 a month or so ago and couldn't be happier. I think my highway MPG actually increased a bit... Time will tell.

Apparently the G2 is disco and replaced by the Fibermax.
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I have had a few Access rollback covers and was very happy with them, how do they stack up to the TruXedo??
Very happy with my access cover as well.
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Just installed a Bakflip F1 this afternoon. Easy instal as long as you use the instuctions as a guideline and use the vids on YouTube to fully understand... Looks awesome and seems super strong, barely flexed when I stood on it, 185 lbs. I'm hoping my attention to fit will result in a fairly watertight seal, this seems to be an area that differs a lot from one owner to another. Was hoping to get the VP but another 2 month wait was too long.....
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My plan is to save up for the bakflip G2 as well. I found it on amazon for $650 with free shipping, but I didnt have that much. I wound up going with the TonnoPro just to have a cover for a while, until I can save up some extra change, and sell the tonnopro for the rest for a bakflip.


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I'd have to agree with X231. If you're looking for a biasic cover, TonnoPro is the way to go. I just put one on my RAM about 2 mos. ago and love it. Easy install and durable. On and off in less than 5 minutes by yourself. Video of it is on Youtube. Less than $250 and worth every cent.
Does yours leak? I cant seem to get a good seal out of the back passengers side of the bed. Im always getting some trickles coming in, which leads to 1 small stream of water going down the right side of the bed (if looking at it from the back) I think it has to do with the stake holes being punched out, with the spray in rhino liner from the dealer.

Also..is the tailgate supposed to hit the back bar of the tonno pro when you close it? Lifting the pro up in the middle, causing an arch? I adjusted mine so the tail gate MEETS the back rubber gaskets of the pro, instead of actually pushing it up, but still getting that 1 tiny leak, even with the tailgate sealer on.

Still love the tonnopro, cheap and installed in 10 minutes, and great to open and close in seconds.
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I have the Tonnopro and no issues with the tailgate hitting the back bar. Zero leaks as well.

I mount mine with the front edge just flush with the front edge of the bed. The Tonnopro hangs over a good 1" on the tailgate and doesn't hit when I close the tailgate. I have the Quad Cab, so my bed is 6'4" long if that makes any difference.

My only concern is how well the black vinyl will hold up to this searing heatwave we've had here in Oklahoma. Temps hit 113F last week, over 100F this week. I regularly apply 303 Aerospace Vinyl protectant to the cover.

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