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#21 (permalink) Old 05-13-2009, 04:07 PM
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i have the extang trifecta and i love it. It is easy to install and doesnt interfere with the utilitrack system, installed in a few minutes, and best of all it folds back when you need to use the bed. very sturdy and does not flap in the wind. if you get it from auto anything dot com its free shipping and they have a bunch of specials this month especially if you call in... got mind for under 350

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Out of curiousity will the Narva d40 factory tonneau cover work on a frontier? 2nd gen
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I am a big fan of the Retrax cover, while being one of the more expensive covers, it is also the most versatile. The cover and tailgate work independent of each other, which is not the case with some hard covers, it locks anywhere along it's tracks making it use to lightly hold things in place. It goes on and off quickly if needed. Well constructed and UV coated.

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I have a BakFlip FiberMax and it fits great. I originally had it on my 2011 CC SB, and when I got my 2012 I just moved it onto the new one. My '11 didn't have UtiliTrak, but my new one does and it installed in about 20 minutes.

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I am surprised no one mentioned the ARE hard cover.... I have it on my long bed and it's perfect no water/wind/utilitrack issues it also curves around the Nissan logo. I only made a bunji clamp to adjust the height when open and driving, so it scissor clamps PVC,2x4 etc securely to the tail gate all in all a great tonneau cover

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The Fold-a-Cover G4 Elite is another good cover, it doesn't mount into the utilitrack, but is still very secure. It latches to the truck using automotive grade striker bolts and also has a keyed locking mechanism.
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