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Old 02-14-2011, 07:30 PM
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I had one on my Toyota and it was awesome. I just picked up my Ram, but this is a definite addition for my new truck. It is super easy to install, took less than 10 minutes with my 8 year old helping. Also, it looks as good as my truck still almost 3 years later. Great investment for your truck and you loose so little space when it is open to haul stuff.
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looking at some thing like that to but cant make up my mind on what to get power one normal one
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Old 05-06-2011, 11:29 AM
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Now that you have had the bak flip for a while, do you still like it? Did you consider the rollbac version? I'm looking for a cover and can't decided which is best. Any help is appreciated.
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Old 05-17-2011, 10:42 AM
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We got the F1 BakFlip a few weeks ago. I went back & forth with Morrey at BakFactory Outlet, trying to find out if the F1 could be mounted without removing or modifying the bedrails on our '11 Laramie. Bak said I could mount the F1 without an issues by leaving the OEM bedrails in place. ........ Not quite.
I did have to modify the rear bedrail mounts (the black plastic bases that slip into the stake pockets) by trimming a groove of 1/4" high by 1/2" wide (with a utility knife) to allow the BakFlip mounting rails to fit under the bedrail bases and flush against the bed while maintaining the spacing between them all of the way to the tailgate (keeping the rails parallel). The BakFlip mounting rails cleared the front bedrail mounts with no problem, but not the rear, so they had to be trimmed before installation. That added about 15 minutes to the installation, which I did myself in about an hour. I ran the drain tubes through the plugs in the front of the box.
I've had the F1 on for about three weeks now, and it stays pretty dry inside. I'm assuming it will be waterproof when the rubber seals settle with some time and sunlight (which has been a rare commodity here this spring). The nicest part of the F1 is that I can lock items in the bed - under the F1, and not worry about anyone stealing anything when I leave the truck unattended.
It's better than a soft cover (more secure, and allows much quicker access to the bed), and much more convenient than a cap or hard tonneau.
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wow that looks pretty nice, I dont usually like bed covers, but the way it sits flush in the bed would be a big selling point for me.
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I had mine installed yesterday. It cost me 919.00 out the door with free lockable tailgate latch. My only complaint is, it's not 100 percent waterproof. It was raining when I got home from the place I bought it from, open up the tailgate and there was water leakage in the front corners. Not much but got the corners wet. No biggy for me because I bought if for somewhat secured storage. Other than that minor water leak I love the fact that it's flat, looked good and my truck bed is not limited to carrying groceries from Walmart... BTW it's on 05 2500 RAM QC..
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Great review, I have the same cover and love it!
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Rambilt,

Did you notice if they put the drain tubes on the front of your cover. Mine has a tube in each corner up front to drain the water out.
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Very very nice. I am in the market for a cover soon and a tri fold cover is deffantily what I want. Looks great!
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Just a heads up on the drain tubes: Mine fell off twice so I used some silicone to secure them for good.
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