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Old 04-03-2013, 06:25 PM   #21
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I also have the Extang Solid Fold look at my profile pic you can see what it look like on a short box
I have the Extang as well . very well sealed , no water drilling needed . Can be removed and folded to storage in the garage in 5 minutes if you want to use the complete box .
When your dog rides in the box of the truck , make sure to use the retaining clips to hold the cover in the folded position . I dont know how many times my dog has got " bonked " on the head when i forget to click in the retaining clips
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Old 04-03-2013, 07:42 PM   #22
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I don't have a picture off hand, but I have the BAK flip roll-X tonneau cover and love it. Look into it.
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Old 04-03-2013, 07:52 PM   #24
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the advantage of the extang is its fully removable in 5 minute your truck look stock, no extra rail system to be added, just 4 clips in the existing rail system, its really well secured... add the pop & lock to your tailgate and your set.
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Old 04-03-2013, 09:20 PM   #26
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I like my Undercover too - my only complaint is that although I can remove / replace it by myself it doesn't store that easily when off.
Huh? I hang it on a wall in my garage. I guess it's not an issue for me.
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Old 04-04-2013, 01:35 AM   #27
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I have an undercover se color matched for my double cab. Bought it that way so it was an added incentive when I purchased it. I think the undercover is better than the leer brand I have seen...seems like the leer sticks up an extra half a foot and looks weird IMO. Undercover is very low profile which I love. Easy to take off, no leaks, small light underneath it and I also hang mine on an empty wall in my garage/basement...no leaks. Has come in very handy and also locks.
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How do you remove the Extang so fast? I had a Bakflip on my Tundra.

pretty simple look at the video off the site it shows how to take it off, its only 4 clip 2 with a pull handle, 2 screws.

http://www.extang.com/docs/solidfold.html
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Due to an unexpected bonus from work, I am in the market for a cover. My dilemma is I'm not sure real sure what I want. Some background. I really don't use the bed that much. If needed, I have a 16 foot trailer that I pull when I need something from Home Depot or need mulch or something. I'm leaning towards an ARE LSII but just want some opinions/thoughts on what other people have and what would look best on my Taco.
i have a are and 100% totally dry inside! also secure with locking system. looks sharp too! not a removable item as others are! i suppose with two guys it could be off in five mins,
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Old 04-04-2013, 09:23 AM   #31
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Undercover and i love it. Opens like a trunk, perfect for shopping. I keep a plastic tote in the back to hold grocery bags or whatever. I can take it off and put it back on by myself in less than 5 min. The damn this is so sturdy that you could have 3 linemen dance on it, and i havent seen a drop of water in my bed.


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I have the Undercover Flex, almost identical to the bakflip. Love it!
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Huh? I hang it on a wall in my garage. I guess it's not an issue for me.
It's a little too bulky for me to hang by myself - I usually have to enlist the wife, and she's not always thrilled to move it when I need it moved.
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Old 04-04-2013, 05:33 PM   #34
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You have to drill out for drain hose to keep water out.

You can just attach a couple of brass hose barbs to the end of the tubes and use the existing holes. No need to drill.
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Old 04-05-2013, 06:25 PM   #35
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I knew there was a reason I loved Tacomaworld. I have it narrowed down to the ARE LSII, Bakflip and the Undercover. Heading out tomorrow to pick one! Ill post pictures on whatever I decide.
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Old 04-10-2013, 03:52 PM   #36
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Sorry for the delay. I have decided to go with the A.R.E LSII. I got a great deal on it. Now the waiting game begins on it to come in. Will post pictures when it gets here.
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i love my Access roll up cover. looks great in place and sturdy, no leaks. and rolls up out of the way.
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