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Old 12-05-2007, 02:15 PM
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Which Tonneau Cover to buy???

Has anyone ever used or heard of a K-Cover tonneau cover? I am searching for a fold-up tonneau cover for my 2007 F150 SC and came across the K-Cover, but can't find any other info about it. Whick would be better...a BAK-Flip or a K-Cover?

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Old 12-05-2007, 04:28 PM
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I'm using the retrax going on 2 years and it looks and works like new.
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Old 12-05-2007, 05:45 PM
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My aunt has a undercover tonneau cover, it is a lightweight hard tonneau cover that comes off easily and will hang up on the wall.
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I've got the Undercover and like it alot. It's way easy to install and easy to take off when I need the extra space. It can also hold like 250lbs on it...few others can do that.
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I have the lund genesis tri-fold, super easy install and take off in less than 2 minutes. Almost two years and not a problem. It is a soft cover fyi.
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I just put the bakflip on my '06 Lariat about a week ago. Quick, easy, no-nonsense installation, the fit and finish is great. It's low profile and looks great on the truck. As a fold up it has multiple capability since you can fold, 1,2,3 or all 4 sections. It can be used as a seat and even as a advertising signpost.And it can be removed easy.

The real test came today as torrential rains moved in. I've been out in it all day and have checked the bed 3-4 times. Each time it's dry as a bone. A few drops of water around the tailgate (might add some weather strip there) and on one wheel well where I think the outside weather strip hasn't laid down completely flat yet. Overall I'm very happy with it.
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