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New TruXedo Tonneau Cover

Discussion in '2nd Gen. Tacomas' started by TevisAaron, Dec 28, 2011.

  1. TevisAaron

    TevisAaron [OP] Well-Known Member

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    Cherokee Indian Reservation, NC
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    Window Tint (All-Around, Including Windshield). . . Much more to come!
    Hey all,

    My mom bought me some things for my truck for Christmas. This tonneau cover is one of them. She also got me the step-bars I wanted. I will post pictures up after those are installed as well.

    Let me know what you think.
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  2. Shakeyfly

    Shakeyfly Member

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    I had this exact tonneau cover when I owned a dodge ram and it was by far the only good thing about my dodge ram. The cover was EXTRAORDINARY. Never sagged was always tight, looked clean all the time. I only had a small problem with the foam squishing out in the corners

    looks AWESOME!

    I have a 2011 with an access cab and standard bed... did you have to remove the bed rails? or the tie downs?
     
  3. ROGU3 PR3DATOR

    ROGU3 PR3DATOR Space Shuttle Door Gunner

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    Click my Sig Pic for my build thread. Too many to list here.
    I have the Truxedo LoPro on my 2011 DCSB, so assuming that the one above mounts the same way then the rails for the cover mount inside the rails for the cleats and such. And no you can leave the cleats in if you wish but they are almost useless because they get covered by the rails for the cover. You can still get at them from the bottom and move them forward and backward a little, but not a lot. And removing them requires them to be completely unscrewed.

    OP let me know if you give it a leak test. Mine leaks just a touch in a few places but is nothing major. I just cant seem to get it pushed down far enough in the bracket to seal.
     
  4. TevisAaron

    TevisAaron [OP] Well-Known Member

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    2012 TRD Sport w/ Leather & NAV
    Window Tint (All-Around, Including Windshield). . . Much more to come!
    It poured the rain here all night last night & when I opened the tailgate this morning it was still dry as a bone inside. Since it has cleared up throughout the day I decided to give the Taco a bath. I use a pressure washer on my vehicles, and yet again it was still dry as can be inside when I was done. So far since it has been on, no water has gotten in.
     
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