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Icon4 I need a new tonno cover....

I have a lebra tongue and groove style which I like alot. I bought another had it cut to fit my bed, and wouldnt you know it its for a phucking flareside *****!

Well the lebra company went bankrupt and I cant get a new cover unless I pay an arm and a leg... I dont want snaps. I dont want a hard cover, nor do I want a folding cover. I live where it gets cold and need access to my bed regardless how cold it gets. snaps WONT work. I also dont want Velcro. my mechanic has a velcro cover and I hate how it looks.

What are my options, please provide links.

My original cover, my dog chewed the **** out of the corner and the stitching is begining to 'give'
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so you had a flareside cut up for your bed?? im confused how that is done lol
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I know you said you dont like velcro but my dad has a truxedo lo pro on his 2500 and its really nice. Its really sleek and hes never had any problems with it, just an option. TruXedo Lo Pro QT - #1 Selling Soft Roll-up Tonneau Cover
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dude.... how many times have you seen my say it...

EXTANG FULL TILT!!!!!!!!!!!

you can order Snaps or NO snaps.
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lifts up...




if you need to go get something... lift it up pop off the struts the snap on the frame. then pick up at 45degree angle and take it off and put it in the garage. I love this cover NEVER a need to upsnap or undo that dang thing just lift it up.



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those covers are nice and all, but when im garbage picking their a pain. especially if I am a long way from home. Id rather be able to jump out, undo the cover, load up and go.

I see Extang has a similar cover to mine, I think I may get that instead.

How does one cut a flarside, welp, by assuming... that I recieved the correct cover. I didnt put it on the truck to measure... and the box said nothing about being for a flareside. I measured my bed took it to my place and had them cut it...

$24 later I have a perfectly cut tonno cover.

Problem is, my bed is 70 inches long. with the light bar. 4 inches shorter than a normal bed. ugh!

on the flipside, my seamstress is gonna be REALLY good at cutting tonno covers by the time I am done.
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you can still roll it up it comes with straps also...
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You dont have a custom canvis shop that makes boats tops or canopys?
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oooh I never thought of that... I will have to look into that today.
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I have a Lund, I think its a seal and peel one that I'm going to be selling. In good condition, used maybe a couple months.
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truxedo truxsport is what i have and love it. from covered to open in 5 seconds, it is velcro but its always tight
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you're very picky on stuff. just get a damn dump truck lol
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