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Bed Cover for 2010 dbl-cab/short bed Taco

Discussion in 'General Automotive' started by wildforager, Jan 25, 2010.

  1. wildforager

    wildforager [OP] Active Member

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    Any suggestions for a bed cover? I am planning on getting one on the autoanything.com website because I am buying other stuff there at the same time.

    I am looking for something under $400, and it will need to be easily moved out of the way for loading my ATV. I was thinking of the Trifecta, but not sure if I would be better off with a roll up type because of the ATV.

    Thanks.
     
  2. FishErTaco

    FishErTaco Well-Known Member

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    I bought a Trifecta for my 2010 double cab short bed...fits and looks great. Bought it from truckalterations.com, was the best price and came real quick. It's pretty easy to take off all the way if you have to, but then you have to store it somewhere...the roll-up may end up being easier for you if you think you'll be taking it off a lot. If just taking it off occasionally and putting it in the garage to haul your 4x4 I'd say consider the Trifecta, it's a great cover.
     
  3. wildforager

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    I would most likely be removing it once per week. Would that be considered a lot in your opinion? Also, would it easily fit behind the back seats in the cab?
     
  5. FishErTaco

    FishErTaco Well-Known Member

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    I don't think the Trifecta would fit behind the back seats in the cab...it folds into a 1/3 size but it has a rigid frame and it's as wide as the truck, so it won't fit in the cab (unless you put it in crooked which wouldn't work well). Sounds like you may want to go with a roll-up or something that easily comes off and can be stored in the cab.
     
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    I am buying a DiamondBack cover next month. If you buy the HD option, you could just drive the ATV on top of it. :D
     
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    That may be a viable option in the future if I get a second quad for my son. However, it is more than I would like to spend at the moment. I ended up with a Genesis rollup, which I am very satisfied with.

    I would have liked to get the diamond, but just could not justify spending the cash on it at the moment.

    OH, it would also make the use of the truck tent very difficult. :)
     
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    I'll second that emotion. I got an Access LE form truck alterations through the Tacoma World / truck alterations site listed above. By far the best price, free shipping, and the cover is of excellent quality. I was very satisfied.:D
     
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