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I like the idea of the RollBAK but it is expensive?
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I had a Bakflip, and it leaked really bad.........
I sold it, and bought a Extang Trifecta.

So for no leaks, and folds up, and comes off quickly, with just one person
 

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expensive, this site is costing me too much-any one have an used ones?
 

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:rofl: :rofl:
Me too bro, me too...

I am asking for the Access Laredo for XMas, seems to be liked around here.
If you want hard, Quad's Lazerlite is the best looking, IMO.
:cheers:
 

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I Bought the ( undercover ) from a local truck accessory dealer , love it weighs only 58 lb.s easy on easy off water tight hard cover, tried to get water in the bed before loading the truck for work ,,, not a drop very happy with it cost $ 650.00 installed
 

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I have the electric pace edwards and I love it. Just push the button and it rolls open and push it again and it closes.
 

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Go with the truxedo loPro, works great and looks good.
 

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If your looking for something low cost and tuff try extang. I have the classic platnum. It's a soft cover and has been holding up well for me. I like how the support bows lock into the bed rail clamps. There is no sliding of the bows as I have had with other soft covers. Price is right around $200.00.
 

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Check out topdawg.com Gettinf mine installed tomorrow
 

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I have the Access Loredo cover, I love it.

It keeps whatever is in the bed dry, it is semi secure (someone has to come ready with a knife if they want to get in) It leaves the TruTrac accessable, but you do have to do some mods if you want to have the bed extender usable.

I got mine for $429 installed.
 

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I have the BakFlip and very minor leakage. I did run drain tubes which were very easy to fabricate. I do no tneed a waterproof bed, but I wanted a lockable one. I also understand that they have improved their product this past year.
 

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If anyone is interested I have a RETRAX tonneau Cover that's off of a 2005 KC, never had any leaks from it even through the car wash. It is about a year old, paid $900 will let it go for $400. If anyone is interested I'm in the Cincinnati area.
 
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