TonnoPro hard tri-fold

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k9s4hire

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May 19, 2016
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My last 1500 had the Tonno Pro hard tri-fold and it does not fit the new EcoDiesel 1500. My question is what is the consensus on Tri-Folds? The Tonno Pro runs a little over $500. I have no complaints regarding the Tonno Pro but before I spend another $500 I'd like opinions on better options, please?
 

Steve B

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Sep 22, 2016
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My last 1500 had the Tonno Pro hard tri-fold and it does not fit the new EcoDiesel 1500. My question is what is the consensus on Tri-Folds? The Tonno Pro runs a little over $500. I have no complaints regarding the Tonno Pro but before I spend another $500 I'd like opinions on better options, please?
I just put a Peragon all aluminum cover on my truck and it is truly outstanding.
 

Radio_Flyer

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Oct 3, 2016
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I have the Gator Evo tonneau dual fold. Easy install, fits great, water tight and pretty secure. Got it for $399, from overstock auto.
 

aldwayne

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Jan 12, 2017
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Take a look at the Undercover tonneau particularly their Flex folding cover. It looks similar to Bak folding tonno but with some minor improvements. It has a low profile design and features drainage tubes that help keep the inside of the truck bed dry during rainy days.
 

jdn112011

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Oct 18, 2015
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I had a tonno pro soft trifold just because I wanted something easy to slap on in the occasion when the topper came off, it wasn't worth the money. You get what you pay for.

Previously had a BAK rolling cover and it was worth every penny. Also getting a solid tri fold I would definitely get a higher end one that sits in the bed rails instead of the cheap ones that clamp on top.
 

shadow246us

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Apr 27, 2018
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I also just put on a Paragon aluminum cover. It has a lock on it so the security piece is covered as well. Looks good too
 

1shadowsabre

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Oct 18, 2015
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The Under cover Ultra flex comes with a swing away tool box.
I have to say, I would probably get one of the trip folds if I were to do it again. I have the Undercover classic and if I didn't have another truck it would be a bit of a pain.
 

racerty

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Dec 6, 2018
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What brand did you go for? I am also looking for a tonneau cover for my truck.