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Old 09-03-2011, 05:51 PM   #1
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Access Tonneau Pictures

I recently purchased and put on my new access tonneau roll up cover. I bought it from autoanything for $340. The quality is great. It holds out the rain quite well. We just had all the rain from Irene, and I think all I got was a few trickles of water from the downpours we had. I didn't get the tailgate seal. The cover is tight and perfectly flat. Has tensioner adjusters for summer and winter temperatures. It also allows for the use of the front and side rails with the normal tie downs. What I love most is the cover follows the lines of the bed perfectly. Here is some pictures.






This sliding tab is how you unlatch the tonneau.

This tab is a lock for extra security if you prefer to use it.

At this point I didn't have my tie downs in the slide rails, but they do fit. I would advise to putting them on before putting on the tonneau hardware.
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Old 09-03-2011, 06:48 PM   #2
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Very nice! we just had a couple threads on tonneaus too but its nice to see a actual pic of that type, lookin good!
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IN pick 3 and a little in pic 2 your dog's face and tongue look like a girl from the backside with pink shorts on. At first I thought you in fact had some decal on your window. Cool.
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I'm very interested in this thread. I have one of these on my full-size truck and love it.

But on the Tacoma, I wonder if the track system enterfeared with the installation??

Also with the way the frame is mounted I wonder if it would cause the polymer bed caps to bow?

I ask this because on my Dodge with bed caps it was a disaster... My plastic beds caps bowed up bad. I had to have my bed caps taken off and have the top rail Rhino lined.

Thanks
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IN pick 3 and a little in pic 2 your dog's face and tongue look like a girl from the backside with pink shorts on. At first I thought you in fact had some decal on your window. Cool.
I dont see it
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I have it too.

Only if I could figure out how to remove that logo. It's applied with heat and melted onto the leather.
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I'm very interested in this thread. I have one of these on my full-size truck and love it.

But on the Tacoma, I wonder if the track system enterfeared with the installation??

Also with the way the frame is mounted I wonder if it would cause the polymer bed caps to bow?

I ask this because on my Dodge with bed caps it was a disaster... My plastic beds caps bowed up bad. I had to have my bed caps taken off and have the top rail Rhino lined.

Thanks
For this tonneau, you first remove the track then put spacers behind it and put the track back on. You can still use the track and cleats. With the low profile tonneaus this company offers, you can't use the cleats that come with the truck.
As for the plastic at the top of the bed there is no problem. There is no extra pressure applied to anything. Everything bolts to existing mounting points.
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I have it too.

Only if I could figure out how to remove that logo. It's applied with heat and melted onto the leather.
I agree. This is the one thing I didn't like.
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For this tonneau, you first remove the track then put spacers behind it and put the track back on. You can still use the track and cleats. With the low profile tonneaus this company offers, you can't use the cleats that come with the truck.
As for the plastic at the top of the bed there is no problem. There is no extra pressure applied to anything. Everything bolts to existing mounting points.

Thanks for the reply! Lots of helpful tips!
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I have it too.

Only if I could figure out how to remove that logo. It's applied with heat and melted onto the leather.
ehhh,its not big enough to worry about
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I have had this same Tonneau Cover for over 3 years now...one of the best investments I've made for the truck. I use Armor All Original Protectant after a wash to keep it looking new and protect it from the UV rays. As for my sticker that fell off last year...I just used some bug/tar remover to get rid of the marks it seemed to work well. Good luck with it.
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I have had the same cover on my truck for about a year now and it works great.

I will need to work on getting off that sticker also.
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I have it too.

Only if I could figure out how to remove that logo. It's applied with heat and melted onto the leather.
Mine came off with minimal effort...a little armor all and the evidence was gone
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I agree. This is the one thing I didn't like.
Mine came off after a few washes. Also, you can use the mini tie-down Toyota sells for the track system with the low-pro access model.
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Oh, and I sold my original tie-downs for the same price as the mini's. The load capacity is not much less with the mini's.
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