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Old 03-15-2012, 07:45 AM
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Brand New Tonno Pro

ordered and installed a Tonno Pro tri fold cover. first impressions.... super easy to install. fit and finish very nice,,,, not tall or bulky ....now its just a time test to see how it holds up... main reason for getting is was that the truck is my daily driver and when i load the family up i need to throw gear ,suitcases, or whatever back there. i need to keep it dry... was having to put everything in big tupperware like boxes in the past,,,,

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Looks great man

I have the same problem with luggage whenever we go to Seattle or Portland..


How much did it run you if you don't mind sharing
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Looks good i have been thinking about a cover but i want a rugged one that i can throw gear ontop it to
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Old 03-15-2012, 10:35 AM
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Looks great man

I have the same problem with luggage whenever we go to Seattle or Portland..


How much did it run you if you don't mind sharing
it was $279.

http://www.tonneaucovers4less.com/fo...eau-cover.html
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Old 03-15-2012, 10:42 AM
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Huh.. another thing I need to convince the wife on....




Question:
Do you think a tan or black cover would look better on my truck?
I don't THINK that I want tan...But I have never REALLY seen a truck with a tan one before...
BUT, I do like black, just dont know if it would match/fit???

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Old 03-15-2012, 02:03 PM
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Huh.. another thing I need to convince the wife on....




Question:
Do you think a tan or black cover would look better on my truck?
I don't THINK that I want tan...But I have never REALLY seen a truck with a tan one before...
BUT, I do like black, just dont know if it would match/fit???

TUFF call.... i think i would go black
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Yeah, that's what i was leaning torward... just don't think that the black will match the plastic bed caps as they are still visible around an inch around the perimeter..
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I thought about the tan too on my KR but opted for the black instead. I think it looks fine and doesn't look mismatched at all.
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Good choice. Not the fanciest but I was moving a table saw last year with the cover folded and forgot to latch it open. Once I hit highway speeds it opened up and hit the saw and snapped the rear hinges.
I called TonneauPro to see how much new ones cost and the lady asked what happened. I told her and she sent me new ones free of charge and said don't do it again, this is your freebie. GREAT customer service in my opinion. It's been two years and it still looks good.
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Yeah, that's what i was leaning torward... just don't think that the black will match the plastic bed caps as they are still visible around an inch around the perimeter..
more exposed cap as you get twards the back,,,,the box is apparently not square....
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