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Old 10-12-2005
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Looking to get a fiberglass tonneau and was just wonderin if yall liked this one, and if you new how much it was that would be great.
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i kinda like it.. it has a bit of a resemblence with the newer body lines
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its not bad, but hard tonneau covers usually cost about $700-1000.
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Yeah that sucker is gonna be a good chunk of change... and then a little more if you want it painted. The hump in the middle i'm not so sure about, but i agree it works well with the lines of the truck.
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it would look good on a lowered truck because it has more "style"

i wouldnt put it on my truck tho.
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it fits the power dome hoods real well i think
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I like flat plain, you wnat people to look at your truck and not just your cover...
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NO NO NO NO NO NO NO get a ******* X-2000 cover its just bad ***.....carpeted even inside...

this is Gophers truck




http://home.kc.rr.com/thoe/03_ranger/bed_cover.htm
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either that^^^
or a flush mount checkmate
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oh man i totally forgot about *******'s... Definitely one of those.
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oh man i totally forgot about *******'s... Definitely one of those.
correct if i had the $ it would be on right now.
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ARE makes one specifiacally for an edge. The hump on the lid matches the hump on the hood.

If "use" is a concern, let me throw in some input. I have two ARE's and they look great, give me a little extra height(it comes into play for me) because of the hump, but they are hard to remove. I have a snug top and it doesn't have the hump, but it removes very easily. I just have to detach the two struts and take it off. You are gonna run into a situation where you need to haul a dishwasher and this removal issue will come into play. The ones that are hard to get off are also hard to get back on because you have to realign the locking handles.

If you run into a humped, easy to remove top, let me know.
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thanks for all the input
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The ARE LSII series for the Edge is nice... they matched the hood.
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dude, if I didn't have so much crap in the bed of my truck, I'd get one of *******'s (uuuggghhh.... what a bad name for a company) couch/pull-out beds that fit up against the cab, then get a camper shell with limo tint. Put a nice revolving disco ball and crushed red velvet everywhere inside.... giggity giggity giggity, oooooh right!
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