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View Poll Results: How Does Your Trucks Bed Roll?
Wide open... 113 57.36%
Soft Tonneau Cover... 28 14.21%
Hard Tonneau Cover w/ lock.... 26 13.20%
Camper Shell Caps... 24 12.18%
Actaul Camper... 2 1.02%
Rack Body... 2 1.02%
Other... 13 6.60%
Multiple Choice Poll. Voters: 197. You may not vote on this poll

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Old 05-21-2011, 11:14 AM
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"wide open" but with a hitch in the middle.
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Soft tonneau cover. Easy enough to get out of the way if I haul something big.
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Flatbeds are where it's at! I absolutely LOVE mine except for it being a couple inches higher than a pickup bed is because of how I attached it to the truck. Just gotta make longer ramps for my mower and I'll be good to go.
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You finally got rid of the rust.

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diamondback hd ,will support 1600 LBS , goes on and comes off in minutes, lights attached under the lids for nightime use, had it on my 06 silverado thank god it fit my 10 f 150 I love it ! will put up some pics for ya,as soon as able.
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lund soft top.folds up two sections,4 clamps make it easy to remove.
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I have an Extang Trifold that I cover my bed with when I am not towing my fiver. When I do pull my 5er I put a low profile tool box in the front for all the things I need while towing. I am going to get an aux fuel tank/tool box that sets under the bed rails as soon as my wife gets off the cash. Then I will cover all when I'm not towing.
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I got an A.R.E. custom cap. Runs open with wake-boards and cooler during the summer. Runs capped with snowboards and gear during the winter.
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f350 cc 4x4 short box, got a cap on in the winter to keep my ice fishing stuff safe, and a 5th wheel hitch in the summer.
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I think "Wide Open w/ a Tire" should be an option!
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