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DieselTiger1
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re: Retractable Truck Bed Covers.


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tacotiger
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re: Retractable Truck Bed Covers.


I have a Peragon for a 2009 Chevy Silverado club cab truck. Don't like it and want to get rid of it.





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DieselTiger1
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re: Retractable Truck Bed Covers.


what dont you like about it? I dont think the way it collapses would work for me since I have a tool box.





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tacotiger
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re: Retractable Truck Bed Covers.


I use my truck as a truck. Haul stuff all the time, throw stuff in and out, keeping dry storage in the bed of hte truck turned out to not be a big deal for me. And with a short bed on a club cab frame I already can't close the tailgate when my 4-wheeler is loaded. Long story short the way I use my truck bed it stays uncovered much more than my needs to cover or secure stuff. Paid close to $700 for it which is much cheaper than the roll-backs or similar covers, but you definitely can;t stand on the top of this one.





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yallallcrazy
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Member since Oct 2007
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re: Retractable Truck Bed Covers.


You won't be able to use a typical toolbox with the retractable covers. I've had both a Roll-N-Lock and now a Retrax. Love the covers, but for storage I went with a swing-out type box that fits in the wheel well. Not nearly as big as a real toolbox, though. Will hold a few tools, jumper cables, assorted straps, gloves, small inverter, crap like that.

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StormyTaco
Member since Jan 2013
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re: Retractable Truck Bed Covers.


I ended up going with a Fold-a-Cover on my Tacoma. Really liked the ability to open and lock the cover from both the front and rear of the truck.





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