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Old 12-01-2009, 08:40 AM   #21
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Access soft tonneau cover. Best damn tonneau out there! Easy to install yourelf. No alterations needed. No cons to mention. Just a great tonneau.
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I have the Advantage Torza Top tri folding soft cover. Love it so far. Easy to install with one person in about a minute.
I have the same thing. Love it!! For the OP - you can fold it up or take the entire cover off if you want. Doesn't interfere with the rail systems.
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Sorry to thread jack but I have to ask. Are the dents on the truck from the hail storm??

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Another vote for Access... As a testiment to their strength, mine went through a terrible hail storm and is still on the truck today...Other covers that went through this same storm were ripped and torn right through.

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Sorry to thread jack but I have to ask. Are the dents on the truck from the hail storm??
No he just decided to repant his truck with textured paint...
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Another vote for Access... As a testiment to their strength, mine went through a terrible hail storm and is still on the truck today...Other covers that went through this same storm were ripped and torn right through.

Man looks like someone was hitting golf balls at your truck. That is terrible. Surprised it didn't break a window. You get her fixed up with insurance yet? Sorry to see that.
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No he just decided to repant his truck with textured paint...
Hahaha, yeah it's called Dent-o-line
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Old 12-01-2009, 04:59 PM   #27
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I just ordered the Truxedo LoPro from Luke @ Truck Alterations tonight! Merry Christmas to me!!!
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I'm torn between the Truxedo and the Access LE. I know the Truxedo limits the use of the full size bed cleats by trapping them between the bedcover mounting brackets. Does the Access LE allow full use and travel of the full size bed cleats?

Confirmed that Access LE allows full use of full sized bed cleats... no problems.
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Armor Lid

I bought my Armor Lid tonneau cover in August 2009 and love it. I thought about it for about 6 or 8 months. The Armor Lid is very similar to the Undercover, but cost about $100 less. It has a LED built into it and mounts to the existing bed rails. It does not leak. I am not sure if it will fit your 2010, but call and ask. Mechanics Warehouse is willing to give a discount if you do not want one of their free items (http://www.mechanics-warehouse.com/armor.htm). I installed it by myself in about 1 hour. It recommends 2 people.
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I just ordered the Truxedo LoPro from Luke @ Truck Alterations tonight! Merry Christmas to me!!!
I just received my Truxedo LoPro tonight. It arrived in perfect condition, but unfortunately, my wife says I must wait until Christmas to install it. At least I got to open it up and confirm everything was in the package! Thanks to Luke @ Truck Alterations for the fast shipping!!
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Old 12-04-2009, 07:25 PM   #32
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I ordered the Access LE this past Monday as a gift to myself. I also used Truck Alterations.
Arrived on Wednesday. Really quick shipping.
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Installed my Truxedo LoPro tonight, looks great, like the rail install better than taking off the rails for an Access cover at least this way it's a little harder for anyone to steal your tie down cleats. I installed my with the weather tongue overlap sticking out over the tailgate, I think this would hold out rain better than being in the inside, plus I think it looks better.
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Installed my Truxedo LoPro tonight, looks great, like the rail install better than taking off the rails for an Access cover at least this way it's a little harder for anyone to steal your tie down cleats. I installed my with the weather tongue overlap sticking out over the tailgate, I think this would hold out rain better than being in the inside, plus I think it looks better.
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I dont like how some of the covers look that don't cover the bed rails. I think the access covers fit like that. The rugged looks good in most of the pictures I've seen.
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Old 02-24-2010, 08:43 PM   #36
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Access Tonnosport requires some mods to the cleats,but looks and works great
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Old 02-24-2010, 08:54 PM   #37
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I have the Extang Trifecta with premium fabric upgrade(like convertible top material, not shiny). Love this- it folds in 3 onto itself and doesn't require any rails or velcro. It can be taken off and put back on in seconds. I move it back and forth between our 2 tacos depending on which one we need it on. Very handy and I get a lot of comments about it and the fabric.
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Oh..forgot- the Extang Trifecta does not hinder the use of the rail system or tie downs whatsoever.
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