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Toneau Cover - Which one is everyone using?

Discussion in '2nd Gen. Tacomas' started by Black Sheep, Oct 27, 2010.

  1. Black Sheep

    Black Sheep [OP] Well-Known Member

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    I am now looking for a Toneau cover. I found one on Ebay, the Tonno Pro, for $269. My local truck accessory place has one for $350. Anyone have any info or advice on one? I want to get one pretty quick.
     
  2. Wattapunk

    Wattapunk Stay lifted my friends !

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    Been pleased with my BakFlip cover.
     
  3. 08WhiteTRD

    08WhiteTRD Well-Known Member

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    I just recently installed the TRUXEDO low pro qt and I like it so far. Very easy to use.
     
  4. ph16drive

    ph16drive \m/.....\m/

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    Shorty antenna, Pop-&-Lock tailgate lock, Undercover bed cover, Aeroforce Interceptor gauge (custom mount), bed mat, AFE Pro Dry S air filter, map light mod, suspension TSB, Billy 5100's all around, Eibach springs, custom fuel tank armor plate, custom cat armor plate, painted front brake calipers, Grillcraft MX upper grill & Hella 500s, ipod adapter, dash pushbutton garage door opener, aux reverse lights, custom ipod nano 4G mount, seatbelt chime mod, custom bull bar w/ (3) Lightforce 140 Lance lights, POR-15 Chassis Coat Black drivetrain, illum 4x4 switch, xtra bed D-rings mod, locker anytime mod, diff breather relocation mod, ABS disable switch mod, Heated seats
    I have the undercover which is a hard cover that hinges open and has two gas springs for help. (http://www.undercoverinfo.com/) They do make a single lock style but that's not the one I have.

    PROS:
    +VERY easy to maintain and keep looking great
    +Very sturdy and seals out water/snow as well as thieves
    +Easy to remove and store (1 person can do it)
    +Has a LED light (not the brightest but just enough in the dark)

    CONS:
    -two locks/levers but you can buy them with one lock
    -sometimes is a pain when you have something in the bed that is just a bit higher than the cover itself.
    -pretty pricey
     
  5. Pugga

    Pugga Pasti-Dip Free Since 1983

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    I'm running the Lund Genesis soft tonneau. It was cheap and I absolutely did not want a snap cover. I like it because it sits on top of the bed rails so there's more clearance for things you put in the bed vs tonneaus that sit flush with the rails (I have a big cooler I go camping with that's the same height as the bed rails so this was important for me). Very easy to roll up and out of the way or remove if you wish. It came with a big steel box piece to fill the gap at the front of the bed which I never installed. It blocked the entire front bed rail so I just stuck a piece of foam in the gap and so far it supports itself just fine (2 years and counting).
     
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    Janster Old & Forgetful

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  8. georgeandkanoa

    georgeandkanoa the point is simply this

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    bilstein5100's front tinted windows access cover pioneer stereo weathertechs grillcraft grill kc's behind cbi sliders
    i have an access softcover,like it alot
     
  9. scottri

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    Cover King Seat Covers, WeatherTech Liners, PopNLock, storage bin locks, N-Fab Step bars, and G4 Elite Tonneau cover.
    Fold A Cover G4 Elite. It's a hard foldable cover and I'm really happy with it.
     
  10. KPT

    KPT sees what you did there.

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    EFX Trifold (same as the Advantage tri-fold, just rebranded) Love it.

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  11. rbeezy

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    Fold A Cover G4 Elite. Very happy with it.
     
  13. claw

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    x2 Truxedo LoPro QT. Simple install, seems watertight so far, very small footprint (everything is still accessible when the cover is rolled up)
     
  14. whattheheck

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    I have the Roll-n-lock cover and have had no issues with it. :D
     
  15. superminsoo

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    Snuglid SL from Snugtop. Best looking one out there imo. Keeps things 100% dry and locks the tailgate. Couple downsides are that you have to push it down to open it, the inside bolts rusted, and it cost 900 but i'm satisfied.
     
  16. rbeezy

    rbeezy Well-Known Member

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    it does look nice, but my dad has the snuglid and its pretty heavy compared to the Undercover
     
  17. superminsoo

    superminsoo Well-Known Member

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    I've never used an undercover but they had some good reviews. There were only so many covers that came factory color matched.
     
  18. macgyver

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    I have the access literider. $280 shipped from truckalterations.com (vendor on here)

    I love it! It rolls up and out of the way in seconds. The velcro makes dealing with weather changes easy (everyone knows the snaps can be a pain in the cold). Only leaks a trickle of water at the front in really heavy rain. Also with the Access (agricover) tonneau's the cross bars roll up with the cover so you don't have to store them. Also I still retain use of my factory tie down cleats.
     
  19. sandjunkie

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    Snuglid SL FTW

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  20. azgunrunner

    azgunrunner Well-Known Member

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    I'm thinking about getting one of those roll top covers, like a Retrax or something.
     
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