I am impressed with the Retrax Cover. Looks great. Does not leak even with hose sprayed directly on cover. Lockable anywhere along the track. Light weight. Very easy to open and close. Tailgate can be operated without opening cover. Works with or without utility track system. Perfect fit. Flawless instructions. Takes about 1.5 hrs to install. Built very well. Only nagative things I can say is that the cover does collect a little dust. You can hear a soft chattering noise when the rear window is open. And those of you concerned about bed space you will lose about a foot on the upper half of the bed but the lower half is not affected. All in all a great Roll-type cover. Would buy agian.
Looks very nice... I have one on my Dodge and have been pleased and am considering another for the Titan.
A couple of questions. I see you haven't hooked up the drain tubes. Do you plan to, and if so, what routing are you considering (do you have the spray-in liner?)? Also, about what did you end of paying and where did you buy it?
That looks great! I was looking for something like this before I settled on my Trifecta. I actually preferred the folder as I sometimes need the whole bed area for taller items. It comes off in about 15 seconds and is light enough to manhandle. And with the CC, I have less bed area than if it were a KC. How much do those babies run?
Oh and nice bedrug! One thing I have noticed, I don't get water inside my bed with the cover, but dust and road dirt finds its way inside through any little gap. You should see the layer of dust that builds up on the bed floor. Just a little info so you can keep her vacuumed. Hate to have you put something in there after two months of having it covered and it get all dirty on you.
2007 Blizzard with Charcoal/Titanium interior SE CC 4x4 with off road, tow, popular bench, and utility bed packages
Mods to date:
2.5" leveling kit, PRG endlinks, PRG UCA's, Ride-rite air bags, Bilstein shocks, Nitto trail M/T 295/60/20s on Chrome Moto Metal 956, Amp Research Steps, Chrome mirror caps, Color matched Bushwackers, Leer 700 Toneau cover, Rubber bed mat, 2009 Chrome grille, Bully Dog GT, Air Aid MXP intake , JBA EVOL stainless cat-back, JVC Kw-avx800 7" in dash dvd, 7" DEI wide screen headrest monitors, Infinity Reference 6 1/2's in rear and 6x9's in front, Kenwood KAC-9105d mono amp, 2 12" Kenwood excelon subs in tech12 box, Prodigy brake controller, Ventshade door sill protectors, LEGIT Accessories L.E.D.s everywhere
2010 Nissan Maxima SV with sport pk
2011 Polaris Rzr4 800 Robby Gordon Tricked out
2012 Polaris Rzr4 800 EPS LE Robby Gordon
2005 Lightining 23xs- Mid cuddy with open bow, 350 mag, Bravo II outdrive, High Five stainless prop
2013 Eclipse Attitude 26FSG Toy Hauler
2013 Cougar 27RLSWE Travel Trailer
Past Nissans owned
1991 Harbody, 2004 Titan XE, 2005 sentra, 2009 Altima, 2011 sentra
Titan drivers in my family:Grandma 2004 CC XE, Great uncle 2004 KC LE, Dad 2008 CC SE, 2 Uncles with 2010 CC SE's, and I'm on my 2nd one.
i've had mine for about a year. very nice cover. you need to wax it like the body. anything black just gets dirty very fast.
retrax usually provides tailgate weatherstripping. That helps prevent the vacuum effect which attracts dust. It's not 100% sealed but I've never noticed things too dusty back there but in So Cal we may not get the same problems as other places.
cost is under $800 shipped for these.
formerly owned ....04 CC LE 4x2 Big Tow,Smoke, Custom Axis Crewe black 22x10 w/ 325/50/22 Kumho Road Venture AT, Bushwacker flares, CST 8inch lift, DR coilovers, rear Bilsteins, PRG traction bars,Webasto Panoramic moonroof, Volan Gen3 CAI, PowerAid TB spacer, BMW X5 bixenon HID and smoke painted headlights,Volant Vulite LED taillights, B-cool black powdercoated grills and bumpers, 20% tint on front side windows, Retrax bedcover, powerdercoated smoke Lund SS bugguard ,XE black door handles, Alpine W200 doubledin+H701 processor,OEM nav bezel w/ 7" touchscreen,Elegonics custom fiberglass box,2 6inch headrest monitors, Seas Lotus Reference comps (front stage),CDT EF61(rear fill), Brax 2400.2 amp for highs,Brax X2000 amp for subs,OK i'm tired......
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