CREW Toyota Tacoma/4Runner/Land Cruiser/Tundra/FJ crew. Let's get a thread going

Platinum_Thunder

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Looking for a tonneau cover, whats the word on decent ones that don't leak too much? On a 2018 OR short bed.
What type?

I have a poverty Tyger soft one that rolls up. Obviously does not offer much in the way of security, but does keep everything dry. The only time I have had water get in is at the carwash from direct spray. Heavy rain, snow, etc has not been a leak issue for me.
 

JohnnyBeagle

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Looking for a tonneau cover, whats the word on decent ones that don't leak too much? On a 2018 OR short bed.
imo Retrax is the closest to waterproof you get on tonneau covers that can fold/retract away, but they're expensive as fuck

bak-flip mx4 is what I usually get, it lets in some water but its not a terrible amount and its easy to install and use and holds up to a lot of torture, as long as you're not Baja running. Take it off if you are
 
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aznboi320

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Aug 3, 2002
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imo Retrax is the closest to waterproof you get on tonneau covers that can fold/retract away, but they're expensive as fuck

bak-flip mx4 is what I usually get, it lets in some water but its not a terrible amount and its easy to install and use and holds up to a lot of torture, as long as you're not Baja running. Take it off if you are
I has a retrax xr. Worth it's money because you can put a Yakima roof rack on it.
 
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RyaN95i4

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Ordered milk delivery, this showed up last week instead.

Thanks to @NiggaPHX420 for helping with delivery.
 

herpes

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imo Retrax is the closest to waterproof you get on tonneau covers that can fold/retract away, but they're expensive as fuck

bak-flip mx4 is what I usually get, it lets in some water but its not a terrible amount and its easy to install and use and holds up to a lot of torture, as long as you're not Baja running. Take it off if you are
Do you know who makes the "OEM" soft ones? I added it to mine because it made the monthly payments cheaper. No clue if it's gonna be decent or not.
 

Das-Helmut

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I was looking at the Bakflip MX4 but the quality seems hit or miss. Leaning Extang Trifecta 2.0, lets me keep the bed rails and bed side tops.
 
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Ranger-AO

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A bad place
Also, the Tacoma Build Your Own configurator doesn't have a manual transmission option for the TRD Pro. Had to configure it with the TRD Off Road. :hmm:
 
May 29, 2001
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I think I do as well. Really depends on the color - the body colored front grill makes a big difference vs the silver one on the red paint where the silver looks like a mustache.



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Yeah that silver outlined grill is horrible. The body color is waaaaaaay better
 

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