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That's not very likely. Some of them will "fit" (if you don't care about appearance) but they won't be anywhere near water tight because the Tundra has a curved tailgate and most caps don't.
 

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That's not very likely. Some of them will "fit" (if you don't care about appearance) .
That's what I was thinking. I would think different trucks would have different rail heights and relative cab height. I wouldn't want one that sat below or above the height of the cab and had a different vertical alignment.
 

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My bed cap came from a 2001 chevy xcab. It fits perfectly and latches with no problem. There are 2 latches that lock down the hatch. I just lock 1 side then go to the other side. The tempered glass will flex enough to for both to lock. I've had it on for a year now and there are no problems to report.

I have since painted mine to match the truck. I know the fit between the cap and the cab is not a match, but I don't care. The hundred bucks to keep my shit dry and safe was well worth it.

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My bed cap came from a 2001 chevy xcab. It fits perfectly and latches with no problem. There are 2 latches that lock down the hatch. I just lock 1 side then go to the other side. The tempered glass will flex enough to for both to lock. I've had it on for a year now and there are no problems to report.

I have since painted mine to match the truck. I know the fit between the cap and the cab is not a match, but I don't care. The hundred bucks to keep my shit dry and safe was well worth it.

Later

KO
KO,

i knew it was you that went that route so i already referred to that in my first reaction..!! :lol:

now it's just waiting for the OP to chime in...

:D dikkie :D

 
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koditten, thanks for the pic; found this thread on a search. I'm doing the same thing, cap shopping, and don't want to pay new prices. Silverado, 2001 should be new body style, extended cab / 6'5' bed, I'm guessing 2000-2007 at a minimum, possibly through 2013 for "same" size.

I did some looking on the web, and found the following dimensions. First, the Tundra, for reference. I measured the bed on mine, next to the cab, and got about 70", and a 78" length, and IIRC 21 or 22" cab height. The link I found this at was:

Bed Size

Tundra, 07-11, DC, 79.25" long, 71.25F/69R

I measured a little different on my truck, need to double check that I guess (measured last weekend). Moving on, here are the measurements for some other trucks:

F150, 04-08, RC, EC, 80.5" long, 68F/66.5R
F150, 97-03, 80 long, 70.5F/69.25R
Dodge, 02-08, 78.5 long, 71.5F/68R
Dodge, 94-01, 80 long, 71.5F/68R
Dodge, 72-93, 79 long, 71 wide
Chevy, 01-06, 81.5 long, 71.5F/68R
Chevy, 88-98, 80 long, 69.75F/67.75R
Chevy, 67-87, 80 long, 71 wide

F250 appears to be different bed size than F150; I asked one CL seller, as I *thought* F250 was close to F150, and he measured 84" long, 75F/72R, 25 cab height. I'm guessing 3/4tons are generally different than 1/2ton. I listed only beds around 6.5' length, as I was only collecting data for my DC search. I would ask any CL seller to measure the cap base width/length and cap height, and confirm with your measurements, so as to save a trip. YMMV, and good luck.
 
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