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Extang Tuff Tonno?

Anybody have any experience with this product? I am looking into getting a soft tonno, that is easily installed and removed, as I will not always need one. I will mainly use it for traveling with luggage and things so my cab is not packed full with baggage. Waterproof is a must.

I found this listed on CL and was interested in buying it. Any insight?

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never had that one extang makes great products that have a life time warrenty too on the rail i got this one here and it is great come off easy too and also rolls up
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i would get a tri fold cover...the one youre looking at more than likely to have snaps and they are a pain in the *** to get them on and if the temp is below 50 forget about it altogether
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i would get a tri fold cover...the one youre looking at more than likely to have snaps and they are a pain in the *** to get them on and if the temp is below 50 forget about it altogether
I have looked at a few that can be adjusted for winter and summer to compensate for the material expansion and contraction. This one in particular says that the last rail at the tailgate has a release where is rolls making removal easier, but I havnt seen it so Im not sure.
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i have one similar to it but its the "Black Max" model meaning the rails are all black and i don't know what else but i love it. its better than no cover at all and i got it for 50 bucks 2 month old cover lol
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Whatever you do don't get one with snaps. I actually don't think the one you posted comes with snaps, its probably velcro. I have a Access Low Profile one and its awesome.
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Definitely don't get snaps. I don't know how cold it gets there, but my dad had an Extang Blackmax that had the reversible clips. Even with them flipped for cold weather once the cover was off it stayed off in the winter time until we left the cover warm up inside the house so it would stretch!
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Definitely don't get snaps. I don't know how cold it gets there, but my dad had an Extang Blackmax that had the reversible clips. Even with them flipped for cold weather once the cover was off it stayed off in the winter time until we left the cover warm up inside the house so it would stretch!
It snows MAYBE once a year, really never gets below 40 anywhere around here so I think Im good.
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It doesn't have snaps anyway lol, so no worries. Looks like a good deal to me

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Access Lorado Tonneau Truck Bed Covers - Soft Covers for Pickup Truck Beds

thats what i have on my truck. i love it. when im working. its rolled up at the cab. when im not. its down and i can throw everything back there.
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Yeah I like it, waiting to hear back from the seller, then gotta get the fiance to approve the purchase.....
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