Thanks for the pictures Deepwater, your truck is really, really awesome!!!! The Truxedo cover makes it look even sharper. My KC is also Deppewater blue and I want to install a nice tonneau cover also. I'd like to ask you about a few concerns of mine.
1. Is the Truxedo easy to install, kind of a diy quick project? Do you need to drill any holes or is it held in place by clamps?
2. How well do you like the material? Is it a durable leather like vinyl or is it more of a flimsy type vinyl?
3. I have a bed divider, can I still move it back and forth? Will I be able to take it off completelly if needed or does it have stay in the bed permanently?
4. Is the cover really easy to open and close or is it kind of troublesome?
5. Have you noticed any improvement i gas mileage?
Your feedback is most valuable to me. Again, THANKS A BUNCH!!! and enjoy your Titan!!!
First off SORRY I did not see your replys! so many new one's every day it's hard to keep track of the ????. So anyway here gose.
1. Yes it's it very easy to install. it's dose use clamps, and you will need to use a self tapping screw or nut and bolt on the end if you have the bed extender. this way you do not need to remove the end clamps to slide the extender off to flip it up to use on the tail gate. also with the crew cabs you do not need the middle clamps! So the extender can slide free front to back.
2. The material is very good 18oz and is very well made! It is a Leather like vinyl, very nice.
3. Well I see that you have a king cab and that calls for the middle clamps, but you could always just use a self tapper there so that there would be no clamps in the way. So in your case I would use two self tapping screws one for middle and one for the end by the tail gate, this will give you free run of the tracks.
4. The cover is very easy to open and close!! I see no problem there!
5. I have noticed about 1.5 to 2 mile increase on the highway.
Hope this info is of some help to you and anybody els who was wondering!