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Old 02-09-2009
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This is what a 7 year old Fulltilt looks like after the rear of it rips and gets repaired with duct tape and crazy glue. And it works. However, the snaps will no long be functional. Not that I ever used them.
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i didnt know they had a sexual preference

you'd be surprised what kind of inanimate objects have preferences.
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find a cheapy off craigslist. I got mine for $50, didn't care the brand.
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Yup, there's probably lots of used ones around. Might even get a good deal on a nice hard cover.
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I like the Truxedo brand ones the most. Don't get snaps they suck *** and take forever to undo and put back. And I hate how you see the support bars on the other ones too, they make me think of covered wagons. I like my Truxedo LoPro QT

Pics galore of mine, and a video too.
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This is what a 7 year old Fulltilt looks like after the rear of it rips and gets repaired with duct tape and crazy glue. And it works. However, the snaps will no long be functional. Not that I ever used them.
the cover has a 10 year warrenty i have told you this before and you havent sent it in...
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Hey OP... have you decided on anything yet?
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Make your own like i did.
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the cover has a 10 year warrenty i have told you this before and you havent sent it in...
By the time I pay shipping and handling from Canada to the US and wait for the time I'm without a cover, I may as well buy a new one, since the shipping costs for my 'free' replacement cover will cost me the same as a new one.
Not worth the money or hassle and $7 fixed my tonneau for now.
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Nice thanks for all the input!!! My father was going to buy one for my truck since we are taking a trip to maine and needed to take my truck to put boards and skis in the back, and wanted to keep our bags dry, so he said "order a tonneau cover Ill pay for it" OK DAD!!!! lol but the next day he told me his buddy from work is letting us borrow his roof rack for my fathers car, oh well. I will still get one, just tires are coming first. I will not get a snap, I really like the xtang full tilt that thing is sweet!! but way too expensive. Ill let yall know when I pick one up, if there's one around craigslist Ill grab ill grab it for sure.
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Crackerstein the cover looks nice man, but is that carpet? Doesn't that soak up water?
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