Factory Tonneau cover

TDubyaDubya

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Does anyone else think there is excessive vinyl flopping at highway speeds with the factory vinyl tonneau cover?

I hate the thought of wasting the $900 on this tonneau just to have to replace it with something better. But I can’t see a way to tighten up the vinyl to eliminate flop.
 

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I replaced mine with a LOMAX 2 years ago. Going to transfer that to Rex when it comes in. Its very durable, easy to remove, and still looks great after 2 years use.
 

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I replaced mine with a LOMAX 2 years ago. Going to transfer that to Rex when it comes in. Its very durable, easy to remove, and still looks great after 2 years use.
Lomax is another great Access cover we sell.
 
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