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Old 10-05-2012, 11:12 AM   #1
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Question Tonneau Help

Im looking to get a roll-up soft top. Anybody have any recommendations?
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Old 10-05-2012, 12:15 PM   #2
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Access makes some nice roll up covers. Majority of the roll up cover make you take the utili-trax rails off. So if you like them or use them, I would suggest a tri-fold. I have the Extang trifold and I like it.
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I have the Access Original Roll Up. It is a great cover. I am very happy with it. I never thought I would like a soft cover but the Access Original Roll Up changed my mind.
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Access makes some nice roll up covers. Majority of the roll up cover make you take the utili-trax rails off. So if you like them or use them, I would suggest a tri-fold. I have the Extang trifold and I like it.
I did not know this. They do not state this on the websites I looked at. I frequently use the utilitrac system so this would be a great disadvantage. I was pretty much sold on the Access limited, but now I will have to look again to see if this is the case. Thanks for the heads up.
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Old 10-06-2012, 04:03 PM   #5
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I have the Access Original Roll Up. It is a great cover. I am very happy with it. I never thought I would like a soft cover but the Access Original Roll Up changed my mind.
Did you have to take off your utilitrac?
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I have the Access Lite Rider tonneau cover. Easy installation and easy one person roll up and back. I'm happy with the versatility and quality of it. Here's a picture.


Good luck.
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The access literider here too. And no, you don't need to take the utility rails off. Once this is installed you still have full use of the tie down cleats on both sides and the cab rail.
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Access makes some nice roll up covers. Majority of the roll up cover make you take the utili-trax rails off. So if you like them or use them, I would suggest a tri-fold. I have the Extang trifold and I like it.
Not true, plus with the tri fold don't you lose bed space? At least unless you take it all the way off. The roll ups don't cost you bed space at all.
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I have had the Access for 3 years now. Love it.
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Old 10-06-2012, 07:01 PM   #10
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Access makes great covers; I've had the Literider for about 4 years now.

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Access makes some nice roll up covers. Majority of the roll up cover make you take the utili-trax rails off. So if you like them or use them, I would suggest a tri-fold. I have the Extang trifold and I like it.
Unless you mean, take them off as in just to install them and then put them back on, then you're wrong as others have said. Yes, you take them off but they are put back on and used as normal.
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check out truxedo.com..they make great covers..jus picked up a new truxport cover from them n its great installs in 30 mins tops
Do you have pic of the truxport on your yota?
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I also have an access tonneau that works with the rail system. It's a great product and is a good price.


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