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Factory Tonneau

Discussion in 'Tonneau Covers, Caps and Shells' started by KB Voodoo, Jun 13, 2017.

  1. Jun 13, 2017 at 5:51 AM
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    From what I can see on the intertubes, the factory tonneau relocates the accessory rail.

    Can anyone confirm this? My dealer was obviously of no help.
     
  2. Jun 13, 2017 at 6:08 AM
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    There is no factory tonneau cover that I've heard of. Maybe a specific dealer may have offered one but I'm fairly sure it's going to be aftermarket. If there was one it would be news to me. Most covers have and option for with or without bedrails as to how they attach to the truck.
     
  3. Jun 13, 2017 at 6:14 AM
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    They show a factory tri fold in the accessories section of the Toyota website, but they might farm it out to different vendors.

    I asked my dealer who makes the cover, and he said "Toyota", but I'm pretty sure Toyota doesn't actually make any covers.

    Any recommendations on a trifold that doesn't relocate the accessory rail?
     
  4. Jun 13, 2017 at 7:55 AM
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    I got mine from the local Leonard dealer. It's a hard tri-fold. Didn't have to relocate the bed rails...basically slid the hardware for the cover into the cargo rails, laid the cover on top of the bed sides, and secured it with the latches. So far it's leak-proof, looks nice and is very functional. I think it was around $800 installed.
     
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  5. Jun 13, 2017 at 8:37 AM
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    Sorry my trifold is a soft one. But it used the factory location of the accessory rail. I'm pretty sure most of them do or they don't use it at all. I couldn't give you a good recommendation as I haven't used any of the others. But it seems like a lot of people like one called the backflip. Hopefully someone else will chime in... or there is quite a few threads on this in the forum.
     
  6. Jun 13, 2017 at 8:38 AM
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    My parts guy from the local Yota shop says they install a roll n loc PN# LG570M or an Undercover Flex PN#FX41008. If that helps any. I know with Undercover the factory rails are needed because they are used to secure the clamps for the cover however the factory bed tie downs are to big and interfer with cover. Not sure of the Roll N Loc
     
  7. Jun 13, 2017 at 8:42 AM
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    Toyota does outsource to a parts maker, which looks similar to the undercover.

    I know the Extang Solid Fold 2.0 does not require relocation of the side rails. You install brackets into the rails which are then used to secure the tonneau.
    Pictures can be found in my previous build.

    https://www.tundras.com/threads/krezz-warlock-edition.10273/page-3#post-189567 - shows pictures of the clamps used.
     
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    I think I'm definitely leaning towards that Extang.
     
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    Comes off in like 5 mins as well when you need to take it off, which I really like.
     
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    My dealer just installed my "factory" cover. It is the rugged cover 2. It's nice looking, but those handles are a pain in the rear. I would prefer a one handed release.
     
  11. Jul 19, 2017 at 12:18 PM
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    I have an Undercover with no bedrails. The actual way it works, is you order the brackets based on whether you have rails or not. They will send the brackets required to attach the cover to the truck.
     
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    I have a Roll N Lock tonneau. It came with brackets to install for both with or without bedrail. Easy self install, and great product.
     
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    I love the Roll N Loc covers, I had one on a Chevrolet for many years, it was awesome. I picked up my Undercover used. The previous owner had it on a 2014 DC with the rails. I called Undercover and ordered the brackets to mount to a truck without the rails and wound up with around 450.00 in the entire cover which is a steal. I like it, but it's not as nice as a Roll N Loc.
     
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    Just purchased a new 2017 Tundra with a factory Toyota tri-fold hard bed cover. Don't know who makes it but it has a "Toyota" sticker on the back edge of it and was shown on the Toyota factory window invoice. It has special drain gutters under the cover on both sides that collect and funnel any water out through small corrugated tubes that route out through the front bed corners...
     
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    All this talk and no pics... :)
     
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    Pictures of the Toyota Tundra tri-fold bed cover. The cover is easily removed or you can fold it back and fasten in order to drive with it open. The internal rain gutters have offset adapters that allow the Tundra factory tie-down system to slightly relocate but still are fully functional...
    Sorry the pictures are not on the truck but I replaced the tri-fold with an Undercover solid bed cover...

    2017-09-21 Tundra Tri-Fold Bed Cover (1).jpg
    2017-09-21 Tundra Tri-Fold Bed Cover (2).jpg
    2017-09-21 Tundra Tri-Fold Bed Cover (3).jpg
     
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