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Default Extang Solid Fold Tonneau Cover

Check oUt this link for a nice, easy to install folding tonneau cover.

http://www.extang.com/docs/solidfold.html

Have one on my own trUck for almost a year now.
Haven't had any problems with water leaking inside, and it rains hard here.
I've actUally been really impressed with this cover, more so than I thoUght I woUld when I first got it.

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as usual they dont have it for the 9th generation



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Getting toUgher to find products for the 92-96 F Series now.
RUn into it everyday at work.

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I have a 5.5 bed, but I have a truck box, does anyone know if they make one to fit? It would only be around 3.5ft.






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I have a 5.5 bed, but I have a truck box, does anyone know if they make one to fit? It would only be around 3.5ft.
A cross-over toolbox that sits on top of the bedrails?
If so, then no it won't fit.

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Yeah sits on top. I work near an industrial plastic company. I was looking to see if they could cut me a textured piece of plastic to go on the rails, I would line it with weather stripping, brace it and tie it in with pistons. I think it could work. Might not be lockable, but I don't keep anything of value in there anyway.






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Undercover TonneaU Use to have one called a box bUddy for the long box trUcks with a cross-over toolbox.
They didn't sell that well and last notice I got they were blowing them oUt.

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It's not really that important, just miss having my cover now.






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ToUgh to live withoUt it now.

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Yeah it is. especially since my cab is full of junk, and stuff gets wet when it rains out.






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