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Old 06-04-2013, 11:59 AM
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Tonneau Cover for 2005 bed vs 2008 size

Would a tonneau cover made for a 2008 F250 6 1/2 fit a 2005 6 1/2 bed? I heard people say their the same bed but how same? Are the tonneau covers interchangable?
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Is it fiberglass or a soft cover?

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Is it fiberglass or a soft cover?

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Bakflip G2.. It's the hard cover that goes under the bed rails.

BakFlip Tonneau Cover - BAKFlip G2 Tonneau Cover
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Ok update

2005-2007 beds are .6 inches longer then 08-10 beds. Width are the same.

The Bakflip G2 that goes inside the bed rails fit perfectly width wise, length it's iffy.. maybe a quarter inch too short on the weather strips. Other then that it's a perfect fit, regular tonneaus should have no problem.

I say maybe a quarter inch too short because I'm not entirely too sure if it's shorter because the one I had was made for a 08 and the did the .6 difference or because both the front and back of my bed is bowed from hauling too much garbage. My fix: A single weather strip running along the back and it's perfectly sealed again.
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My fiberglass cover worked but didn't fit perfectly. My soft trifold cover fits fine

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