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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 07-27-2007, 09:19 PM Thread Starter
 
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what's a good one? I'd like to get a cover for the bed of my Tundra but I want one that rolls up or easily retracts so I can put my bike in the back without a lot of fuss...any suggestions?
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post #2 of 10 (permalink) Old 07-27-2007, 09:23 PM
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This is the one I used very easy one handed roll and unroll

http://www.truckstuffusa.com/lorador...aucoverby.html

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CAn't remember the name, but the cover that HDtony has on his Tundra is pretty cool. I keep meaning to get one, but can't remember the damn name!

And what did your psycho dog do to you????

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CAn't remember the name, but the cover that HDtony has on his Tundra is pretty cool. I keep meaning to get one, but can't remember the damn name!

And what did your psycho dog do to you????
long story short I went for her ball at the same time she did and her head hit my eye in that one spot where even the slightest bit of pressure swells and blackens your entire eye

pretty though, it's cut down my getting ready time in the morning by 5 minutes b/c I only have to put eye shadow on one eye now
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Here is the one I have on my tundra, possibly the best cover a motorcycle owner can have.

http://www.truckcandy.com/TC/Access/...neau-cover.htm

also add a bedrug from that website also. awesome liner for the bed, and great for tailgating and hauling your gear without damaging anything.




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Here is the one I have on my tundra, possibly the best cover a motorcycle owner can have.

http://www.truckcandy.com/TC/Access/...neau-cover.htm

also add a bedrug from that website also. awesome liner for the bed, and great for tailgating and hauling your gear without damaging anything.

Same as mine +1 on the bed rug

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I owned a Ranger just had the same things.

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I had this one when I had my Silverado http://extang.com/docs/fulltilt.html . It's nice because it opens up like a hard tonneu cover if you want to put stuff under it but you can roll it up when you want to put a bike in it. You can also just pop off the struts that hold it open and pivot it all the way up and the whole thing comes right off, frame and all. I used to just take the whole thing off because it was easier than rolling it up and taking the bar off the back to load a bike. Now that I think about it, the one Tony posted is probably a better idea. Why did I even post this?

I never put a cover on the Tundra. I rarely haul anything back there that needs to be covered up and it would be a pain in the ass to roll the thing up every weekend to put the dirtbike in there anyways.

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