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Tonneau Cover Question

Discussion in '1st Gen. Tacomas' started by wurthit4660, Oct 3, 2011.

  1. wurthit4660

    wurthit4660 [OP] Well-Known Member

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    Guys im looking to buy a snap down Tonneau cover, question I have is will the rail system for these things work with a bed liner already installed? All the pics they advertise the covers with are trucks with plain beds no liner in them.. Anyone have a Tonneau cover with a bed liner?
     
  2. exminnesotaboy

    exminnesotaboy Well-Known Member

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    if you stay with the main brands: Truxedo, Extang, or Access, I know they do work. Are you set on one that snaps? The velcro ones are so much easier to deal with.....
     
  3. wurthit4660

    wurthit4660 [OP] Well-Known Member

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    well i figured the velcro ones wouldn't hold up for very long?
     
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    wolfgang123 Well-Known Member

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    were you getting one from?
     
  5. wurthit4660

    wurthit4660 [OP] Well-Known Member

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    On ebay, no one in paticular...
     
  6. exminnesotaboy

    exminnesotaboy Well-Known Member

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    I bought my Access brand cover used and have used it for 2 years now - no evidence of failure. Plus, look at the the manufacturer websites, all their top-of the-line ones have velcro. It takes just a few seconds to attach the velcro; it would annoy the hell out of me to have to reattach snaps.
     
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    maconhurler Well-Known Member

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    I've had the snaps....hated em. In the winter when the tonneau got difficult to deal with, pulling the bastard to get it snapped was at times nearly impossible.
     
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