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post #1 of 15 Old 12-16-2011, 07:16 PM Thread Starter
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Undercover bed cover???

I have an Undercover bed cover and I really like it. The only thing is, whenever I need to put anything in my bed that wont fit under the lid, I have to remove it and it becomes a little bit of a P.I.T.A... So I was contemplating selling it. Who does and doesn't have bed covers and what are your opinions on the situation?



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I dont mind the covers but they begin to be a PITA, I prefer the soft tonnos or the painted hard ones, not a big fan of the undercover ones, but thats just me

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I liked my undercover, didn't think it was to much of a pain to take on/ off. Preferred it over the soft. Softs where a pain when it was cold to get back on, took pliers to get it on after I took it off. Sold my cover when I got stacks.

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roll and lock all the way...

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I have an in bed tool chest/box and removable ladder racks so the Roll and Lock fit's my needs perfectly ..keeps everything dry and safe like my jack,tools,jumper cables etc

then if I need my ladder rack I open it up just enough to get it in
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I have an undercover here too, (one of the models that has the famous bubbling peeling coat). Going through the same dilemma whether to keep it on or take it off and go with a spray in liner and keep it only for winter/long trips. Would love to be able to utilize my bed but at the same time love having the locking storage space/clean look.
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I just purchased an undercover classic for my new truck and have had 2 others and never had any issues (leaks/bubbling etc.) I did look at the undercover flex which is a triple flip up cover but read too many reviews of them leaking and I need one that will stay dry.
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i got a hard cover and love it, yeah you cant pull a goose with but its not all that bad to take off but dont mind and it keeps all my stuff out of the rain and snow

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Had an undercover on my Tundra and it was nice, but pain in the butt every time I had to actually use my truck (and I use my truck a lot). That's why my F250 doesn't have a cover and the only cover I will ever put on is a rollup tonneau just to keep things dry.
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I have always had a tonneau cover. easily rolled up and out of the way.
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