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Old 12-20-2007, 01:48 PM
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Please Welcome Undercover Tonneau Covers





Thinking of buying a new Tonneau Cover…be sure to check out http://www.undercoverinfo.com/

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Undercover™ is the new standard in tonneau covers. With its patented technology, and use of advanced lightweight polymer materials, UNDERCOVER is stronger and more durable than conventional fiberglass tonneaus, and only half the weight! UNDERCOVER is also the fastest and easiest tonneau to put on and take off your truck. It can be removed from your truck and re-installed in just seconds. Quick release hardware and a weight of only 58 lbs, for full size trucks, allow for simplistic for handling. Other UNDERCOVER features include: no drill installation, dual stainless steel locks for added security, 360° perimeter weather-tite EPDM rubber seal, dual hydraulic strut lift mechanism, L.E.D. battery operated light, and custom fit for each truck model. Also included is hardware which allows you to hang your tonneau up on your garage wall when it is not in use. Undercover received the 2001 TCAA Ron Webster Memorial Award for Engineering Excellence.
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Profits are measured not only in sales but in reduced returns. With less than 1% defectives annually, UNDERCOVER offers you less cost and lower return issues, a common irritation with other hard shell Tonneau covers.

<OAs a manufacturer, E.D. Industries has committed itself to producing the highest possible quality that delivers the highest possible customer satisfaction. Without a commitment to these standards, UNDERCOVER would be just another Tonneau, instead UNDERCOVER has become the fastest growing hard shell Tonneau in the market.
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Old 12-25-2007, 11:23 PM
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Welcome UnderCover! These guys are great! Excellent customer service. I've had mine 3 or 4 years now it's been holding up great. Looks brand new still.
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Old 12-27-2007, 10:00 AM
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Welcome!

I had one on my '98 and '07 Ranger. I now have one on my '07 Sport Trac. I know a few people that have bought one after seeing mine. IMO... This is the best cover on the market!
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Old 12-28-2007, 10:51 PM
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welcome... I have one as well, but have a few scratches in the top of itm Any idea how to touch em up?
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Call their tech line at 866-900-8800 and ask for customer service. I don't think there's a way to repair, but to hide I think there's something involving used motor oil or shoe polish or something.
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I went to get mine and was quoted a price tag of 1200.00 too expensive for my taste. I'll have to wait for the price to drop.


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I would shop around a little, price will vary from dealer to dealer. 1200 is almost double what average price is (www.versacover.com, www.truckaddons.com, or www.undercoverinfo.com use their dealer locator to search)
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My aunt has one also and loves it, I would get one if they made it for my truck. Great covers and welcome to FTE.
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Love these guys!!! Awesome covers
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Does any1 know where I might get a new cover for my 1980 F-100 longbed ??
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Too Bad They Dont make'em for Old Toys Like My *84* puddle Jumper only 1999 and up.....
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Welcome Aboard! I had a top put on a 04&06, High Dollar, but well worth it. Mine was wired into my door locks to open with my key-fob. Nice tops! tin-man
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