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I use a bed extender with my soft tonneau. it doesnt interfere, it is a different style than traditional extender, it collapses against the tailgate when not in use, and just unfolds. On a traditional style extender they taper so much you wouldnt have any difficulty no matter what style tonneau you had.

Don't mean to hijack. But wpuld you mind sending or posting some more pics? I'm interested in the extender and rack set up you have

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The tonneau is nothing special, just a access by lorado. Sits inside the bed rails. The fold up extender is made by topline. Won't hold up against a ATV or motorcycle but good for the rest. The rack sits on the bed rails. It's just roof top tracks down the rails, with feet and cross bars.


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I like my revolver x2 - doesn't take up much space when rolled up. Only thing I wish they would add is a quick release to remove it completely. You have to undo a few bolts - not a big deal.
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First I've heard of the Bak Revolver X2, I was actually looking at the Truxedo Titanium. Anyone have this to compare to the X2?

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the Revolver x2 and TruxXedo Titanium (i didnt know existed) both look like awesome covers. I would love to do something like this to ditch the cheap vinyl roll up. i wish they published, or maybe someone can post, the physical dimensions of the cover when its fully rolled up. Might be my eyes playing tricks on me but the Titanium may have a slimmer profile.

given these new types of "hard roll up" covers, i dont see why anyone would ever use Retrax over this.


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I too didn't know about the Truxedo Titanium. Looks to be very similar to the Revolver X2. I like my Truxedo Lo Pro QT and really like the lifetime warranty. Surprised to see the Titanium cover only has a 3 year warranty like the Revolver X2.

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the Revolver x2 and TruxXedo Titanium (i didnt know existed) both look like awesome covers. I would love to do something like this to ditch the cheap vinyl roll up. i wish they published, or maybe someone can post, the physical dimensions of the cover when its fully rolled up. Might be my eyes playing tricks on me but the Titanium may have a slimmer profile.

given these new types of "hard roll up" covers, i dont see why anyone would ever use Retrax over this.

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emailed truxedo, the rolled up cover on 6.5" bed is 9" in diameter. that's not too bad, but nearly 3x taller than rolled up vinyl one and 3 inches deeper. not a bad trade off.


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Not bad. Wonder how that compares to the Revolver X2


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emailed truxedo, the rolled up cover on 6.5" bed is 9" in diameter. that's not too bad, but nearly 3x taller than rolled up vinyl one and 3 inches deeper. not a bad trade off.

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Don't mean to hijack the thread but does anyone use a soft tonneau and a bed extender at the same time? I was wondering if the tonneau rails would interfere with flipping the extender in/out of the bed to the tailgate.

I'm thinking of buying this https://www.amazon.com/dp/B007GIYN4I...d=VYDJ97I59IL2 with the utility track installation kit and this extender: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00AECDG0K...d=VYDJ97I59IL2 and am not sure if they will interfere with each other. Of course, I would roll the cover back when flipping the extender in or out.
For anyone considering this setup: Both products are very nice quality but the rails for the cover are too wide to allow the extender to flip in and out of the bed to the tailgate. My bad, I should have bought this extender instead:

https://www.amazon.com/AMP-Research-...38R7WXZ2H2M4VC
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gu9cci, another vote for TonnoPro LoRoll Tonneau Cover. The cover rolls up to allow complete access to your bed, and secures in place with a sturdy hook-and-loop system that is extremely easy to use. It installs in 25 minutes and has unmatched quality. Let me know if you have any questions on it.
Had one on my 07, and put one on my 13 CM. Best roll cover out there IMHO!
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Just installed an Access Lorado. Fits awesome and looks great.I had an Access original on my last ruck and it was great so i went the same route again.Highly recommend them.

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