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bakflip f1 tonneau cover

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#1 OFFLINE   lifehog



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Posted 01/30/13 - 01:59 PM

Any reviews from anyone?? I have been looking into either this cover or a cap for my f150 leaning towards the cover for now. Thanks

#2 OFFLINE   Bruinupacup


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Posted 01/30/13 - 02:22 PM

I just did a lot of research on tonneau covers before buying one for my F350. The Bakflip is a solid manufacturer no question there but what turned me off was the railing system and the need for drain tubes though the back of the truck bed. After much deliberation I decided to go with the Extang Solid Fold. It installs and deinstalls in less than 5 minutes and does not require a railing system or drain hoses. Great quality I am extremely pleased and would highly recommend it. I bought mine online from Tonneau Covers World. It lists for $789 I got it for $665 with free shipping. Great service and delivered in a timely fashion. Just my 2 cents hope it helps you out.

#3 Male OFFLINE   JJoe


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Posted 01/30/13 - 04:23 PM

Look into a Diamondback....Aluminum and tough.. I can haul 400LBS on top.. 5 minutes to remove if need be....

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