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Old 10-27-2006, 11:24 PM
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Lund Genesis Trifold Tonneau Cover--anyone have experience??

I am thinking of buying a Lund Genesis Trifold Tonneau Cover for my 92 F150 short box. Has anyone purchased one of these?? And if so--what has been your experience?? Would you buy it again?? What problems have you had??

Can this tonneau cover hold up under the weight of 3 feet of snow?
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The latest gen of trifolds evolved from torza's design. It's three indavidually framed panels, usually 1" square tubing. It's a little thin, but the panels distribuate the weight well. The clamping system would be the weak part. For quality though, I would look at extang. They offer a tri-fold as well.
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The Genesis cover is strong enough as far as Tonneau covers go.i have one and it works great ,fold lock clamps and is on and off so easy.could use a wire lock if you don't want it rippedoff
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I had one on my Ranger and liked it alot. I am going to get one for my F150 that I just bought. Very easy to put on and off and the quality seems to be great.
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Do they fold all the way up?
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