You will lose almost 10" of bed space.
I just had the retrax put on my '06 LE KC and like it. You lose the use of the front utilitrak and I can't pull the cover past any cleats installed on the driver's side of the bed as the lock on the retrax hits it. The cleat will go on if you have to haul something with the retrax open but the cleat has to come off to close the retrax.Troubles No More said:I’m looking for a Retracting Tonneau Cover for my 07,CC. Does anyone have any feedback on a manufacture or style?
Will they work with the Utilitrak tie downs in the bed or is it necessary to remove the tie down rack..thanks
Have you ever had the pace edwards? If not how do you know the retrax is the best? The pace edwards is just as low a profile, it is also has a black finish, and is electric, so any time it is closed it is locked. It doesn't need to be locked after it is closed. It also can be opened to ANY position, not just the preset 12 inches apart. I live on a very rough dirt road that is 3 miles long and dusty and I have not had any problems with the pace edwards cover.SoBeGraphics said:i have retrax with utilitrac. it will work work the cleats just grind down the drivers side cleat a bit. you cant even tell it's been grinded. retrax is the best. it has a glossy black finish, lockable, and has the lowest profile.