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ProZ Bi-Fold Tonneau Cover

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First addition to the truck. I added a ProZ Bi-Fold Tonneau Cover.

My criteria for a tonneau cover:
- Easy to take off / put on when I need an open bed.
- Reasonably waterproof.
- Secure -- There is search and rescue gear in the back at all times.
- Not ugly.

So far I think it will fit the bill. The rails it comes with attach to and sit right above the standard Nissan track mounts. Very easy to install and they won't interfere with anything in the bed. The cover has two attachment pieces at the front that are easy to undo to remove the cover -- would take about 15 seconds to remove / reattach. The cover has a latch at the middle and at the back to lock it in place (can be driven with the back half flipped open if needed). I'll have to see how it does for waterproof next time I get the truck washed. Finally, I think it looks good.

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How much was it? I'd like to throw a cover on mine as well.
It as $519, about $560 with shipping from It is about the cheapest hard cover I could find and I'm happy enough with it.

I like how it opens -- when you open both halves it actually nicely leans up against the back of the roof rack tubes.

Also, I went through the car wash yesterday and drove through a pretty heavy rain today and I didn't see any water in the bed.

My one complaint on the look is that the rubber molding on the sides looks a little funky at the ends (see photo below).

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How much was it? I'd like to throw a cover on mine as well.
Sorry, I thought I responded to this but I guess it didn't post. The cover was $520, $560 with shipping, from autoanything. The only thing that I don't care for is the way the side seals send at the back (they end the same way at the front but it's against the cab so it is okay). See the photo below:

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