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  1. USMC0351fordtruckin
    03-08-2011 11:05 PM - permalink
    USMC0351fordtruckin
    hey bud im still coming i just wanted 2 update and reassure you
  2. tiny1
    02-23-2011 12:46 PM - permalink
    tiny1
    I would like to welcome you as a member of the NY Chapter. Please feel free to drop by the Chapter Forum and introduce yourself in the welcome thread. I hope to see you around the forums
  3. MCDavis
    01-11-2011 01:23 PM - permalink
    MCDavis
    Hey no worries. Mine took some final adjustment also. Appeared that we didn't get the rails straight at first so I was having issues with the cover having wrinkles in it. As for the seal, if you spend much time driving in the rain or on dusty roads, you're going to want to have it. To each his own though. Glad it's working out for ya!
  4. MCDavis
    12-28-2010 07:07 PM - permalink
    MCDavis
    I forgot to confirm your assumptions. YES the bows are integrated to and roll up with the cover. This is a feature that was highly important to me.
  5. MCDavis
    12-28-2010 07:05 PM - permalink
    MCDavis
    Hey. For what the TruXport costs, it's well worth the money in my eyes. It's taken a pretty good beating so far from dust, snow, massive rains and has come out flawless. The only downside I've seen thus far is that once it's rolled up, it is only secured by two velcro pieces. The more expensive models have a buckle closure. Is this a problem? No. But I wonder why they skimped here.
    It BARELY leaks. I've been to the auto wash sprayer twice recently to remove road salt and grime, and with the high pressure wand, there is only a slight (less than a cup's worth) of water that enters the bed. This usually happens at the corners and the top of the tailgate.
    I would recommend getting the tailgate seal (rubber gasket) if you have not already. It will help keep the dust and water from getting into the bed once it's closed. I use my bed as a trunk really, and I'm glad that $30 seal is there.
    You'll be happy with your purchase!
  6. Jermafenser
    05-14-2009 10:41 PM - permalink
    Jermafenser
    I'm in MD near D.C. Which gray? I need the LIGHT gray interior from later trucks like 96/97? Thanks!

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  • About nnero
    Location
    NY (not the city!!)
    2 Letter State/Province (use "--" for outside USA/
    NY
    Country
    USA
    Make
    Ford
    Model
    F-150
    Year
    2007
    Current Mileage
    25,000 - 49,999
    Miles per year
    10,000 - 14,999
    Tranny type
    Automatic
  • Signature
    2012 F-150 XLT Tuxedo Black, 4x4, S.Cab, 5.0L, 3.73 E-lock, Chrome, Off Road, and Tow Package
    1995 F-150 XL Black, 4x4, R.Cab, 8ft bed, 5.0L, 5-speed 3.55 LS, Skid Plates, factory auxillary springs, quad shocks up front, 240,000 miles...and counting
    1970 M35A2C 6x6, White Multi-Fuel Turbo Diesel

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