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Old March 23rd, 2010, 01:55 PM
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<p>In need of a bed cover? Not to sure which type will suit you the best? Use your Ford truck for work and for play?</p>
<p>This is where Extang comes in for the multi-purpose multi-taskers with the Solid Fold Tonneau Cover. Built out of an aircraft grade aluminum alloy frame it has a honeycomb core construction with a black textured poly-tex finish to protect it from the harmful UV rays. The Solid Fold is extremely strong, yet lightweight, weighing in at around 50lbs. Their unique hinge design has channels within it to keep the water out and is also made of the same aluminum alloy as the frame.</p>
<p>The tri-fold design has the easiest installation, no tools needed, no hardware to install. Take it out of the box, put it on your Ford truck, use the speed clamps that are already attached to the cover to hold it down. Removes just as easy without leaving a trace that it was even there.</p>
<p>Release the rear speed clamps to gain easy access to the back or fold it all the way to the cab and secure it down with the built in straps.Folds in 1/3 sections leaving the front cab section covered when open, works great for when bringing your dog along for the ride. Need the full use of the truck box, simply untighten the front clamps, remove the whole cover and stand it sideways in the bed. Great for those times when you need to carry cargo that is higher than the trucks box rails. The tonneau cover keeps your cargo out of sight and secure with an OEM or aftermarket tailgate lock. </p>
<p>Convenient and easy to use the Solid Fold is backed by Extang's 3 year warranty.</p>
<p>Check out other great products at Extang.com</p>
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I must say Bates, that sure is a nice sticker on the rear glass of that truck!




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It is, isn't it! Hilighted by that very nice Extang tonneau cover!

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