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Old 07-23-2011, 02:31 PM
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Roll N' Lock Tonneau Covers

Has any one had/have a roll n lock cover for their bed? Seems to me that they would be handy but Ive heard that they leak and jam pretty often. Anyone got an opinion on them?
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Old 07-24-2011, 06:32 PM
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i used to sell, install them. The plus for us is they were made in south florida which is much closer than Pace Edwards which comes out of California. They are a bit more fincky than PE, but over all good covers. Their tolerances are very tight, which is what makes them fincky. Roll n lock is a good choice, but take a look at what Pace Edwards has to offer. I've had the original RNL and PE's Bedlocker and original cover. I really like the Bedlocker and Jack rabbit covers.
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I vote for RNL over PE Jack Rabbit. I agree about the RNL is picky, the rails need to stay in the correct position all the time.
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i got a rnl i love it its adjustable but like they say it is finiky so i dont mess with it and the bed railes get it the way some times but other than that i love it
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Pace Edwards Roll Cover

I have had the Pace Edwards electric, and I compaired it to a friend of mines RNL and I never had the jamming problems he did. The only problem was and we both had the same problem is they do occasionally leak mostly back near the tailgate in the rail part which caused drips inside the bed.
I am getting ready to purchase another one, PE gave me good customer service even replacing the roll top that was damaged by the shipper on the first one that arrived with another one.

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I've had the tonneau low pro on all my trucks. Love it and they don't fade plus no leaks on the sides or ends. My truck is too big to fit in my garage unfortunately.
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That looks more like the Truxedo or possibly an Access cover? The covers discussed so far have been the retractables.
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I have a Retrax One and love it. Easy to install and a great product. No vinyl to maintain like the Roll N Lock.
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