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Old 05-12-2011, 01:56 PM   #1
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Access LE, LoPro QT, or Extang Revolution

Yep, it's another "which should I buy" thread. I will definitely be buying one of these sometime soon, and there isn't enough difference in price between these 3 for that to be a factor for me. I want waterproofness and a lifetime warranty and NO flapping in the wind, and I don't see myself needing to roll/unroll very often. I really like how the Revolution looks, but worry about weatherproofness. I've spent hours looking at reviews of all 3, and they all have their fans and also their non-fans.
I put this in the product review since whichever I get I'll post up pics and a quick review once I've used it a bit.

One more question, is the Access LE actually $100 better than the Literider?
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Well, no help from anybody but I emailed Luke at TruckAlterations and decided to go with the LiteRider. I also bought the PopLock and the TrailSeal, I figure the difference in price between the LE and Literider can better be spent on the popNlock and if I need extra sealing I can go visit homedepot. I'll try posting pics when I get it an install but I can't find any bad reviews on Access tonno's so I'm thinking I'll be happy with it.
Update: ordered on monday, shipped on weds, will get it delivered on saturday. Can't ask for more than that!
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I just bought the Extang Trifecta fold type.
It is made of soft material, and folds back.
I have not installed it yet, but planning to after finishing the bed.
Dealer said it's more secure than most and locks down fairly tightly.
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