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I'm looking for a Tonneau Cover for my new 2012 RAMBOX truck. I would like a cover that seals out rain water and that allows access to the RAMBOX doors with out having to remove the cover. It would be great to see some pictures and get some different ideas. Also if anybody has purchased one that they regret buying it would be good to know that as well.
 

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I have a BakFlip F1 on mine and works wonderful with the RamBox full access without needing to remove tonneau. The tonneau sits flush to the top of the RamBox so it gives it a nice clean look. If you have any questions on it please drop me a line. Install was easy brackets install inside existing rail and can still use the tie downs.
 

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I have on my 2009 Extang solid fold bought before Backflip had designed for the Rambox. I like the solid fold because I can secure boxes on top when the back is full. I think the difference in design is the Backflip will fold back completely with 4 sections and has drain pipes at the back end, while the Extang has 3sections only 2 section fold and no drain pipes which I have not had a problem with.
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bakflip cover

I have a bakflip Fibermax cover. Fiberglass top like the F1 and aluminum bottom like the G2. Fits flush, boxes open, bolts to your existing rambox rails. Cheaper than F1 but more expensive than G2. Picture attached.
 

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I have a Back Flip on my Truck........... let me see if I can dig out a pic.....
Nice easy to install.. Installation kit could be a little better but nothing that will piss you off.... I found it for about 550 online



not the best pic you can see its a clean look Ram boxes work perfect and it comes with drain kit to keep the water out also
 

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I really appreciate the pictures thanks everyone. :wavey:


Does anybody have a picture of the Trifecta? I have almost made my mind up on the back flip but the fact the Trifecta is alot cheaper has me still thinking about it.
 

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Bakflip

Wish me luck with the Bakflip Fibermax.
I ordered from bakflipfactoryoutlet (truckaddons) 3/19/12 to go on my RAMBOX.

Just received today. 12 days to get it :(

Was really looking forward to installing, but realized they sent the G2.
G2 is not what I ordered.
They did take responsibility for the error, however, I had to pay for another Fibermax AND wait for a return authorization #, then I have to ship back the wrong cover to get the credit back.

Cover ordered 3/19/12.
Now paid for TWICE, go figure.
Still gotta wait 2 weeks.

I hope this Fibermax is worth it.
 

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Wish me luck with the Bakflip Fibermax.
I ordered from bakflipfactoryoutlet (truckaddons) 3/19/12 to go on my RAMBOX.

Just received today. 12 days to get it :(

Was really looking forward to installing, but realized they sent the G2.
G2 is not what I ordered.
They did take responsibility for the error, however, I had to pay for another Fibermax AND wait for a return authorization #, then I have to ship back the wrong cover to get the credit back.

Cover ordered 3/19/12.
Now paid for TWICE, go figure.
Still gotta wait 2 weeks.

I hope this Fibermax is worth it.
I got the fibermax from the same supplier without any issues. Its a great cover, you will like it. However, if you have a long (6'4") rambox the directions wont be worth a damn. They provide instructions for the short rambox cover. The covers are different, the long cover is a 4 panel and the short is a 3 panel. Prop bars have different mounts and latch plates go in different spots. If you have not leveled you truck (still have factory forward rake) you won't need to put in the rear drain cups either. Just put the rear latch plates a little further forward and reinstall your rail end caps. You do need the forward drains though. You will get one extra seal strip not covered by the directions, its for the forward box wall top and you only use it if you do not have a bedliner. You will not need it if you have the factory spray in liner either. You will also need to get a tailgate seal to seal up the rear to keep dust from being sucked in. I used a trail seal and it worked well.
 
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