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I am thinking of spending the money for the Truxedo Lo Pro or WeatherTech tonneau, but looking for some opinions on what you are currently running or have ran in the past.
 

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Ridgelander looks pretty cool. A little pricer than I want to spend right now, but I like the fact it comes with the crossbars you could add a basket too. Would be nice for camping.

I did end up ordering a Gator SR1. We will see how it works out. I ordered the BedRug as well.
 

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I have the Lund Hard Fold Tonneau Cover. Installed in under 10 minutes and can easily remove it in minutes if necessary.
 
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Just ordered the BAK Revolver X2. I had one on my last Silverado and loved it. On a previous Silverado I had there hard folding top that looks just like the one pictured above. I personally didn't like that style compared to the hard roll up, but both were great quality.
 

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Went w/ a BakFlip folding hard tonneau after I saw 'em on a couple of trucks at work. MX4 is the latest version and you can close the tailgate w/o having the tonneau open. Dunno if BAK updated the other models. Works for me.
 

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I had the first series of BakFlip on my 09 Silverado and I liked it, but when I got my 14 Silverado I tried out the rolling hard cover and personally liked the functionality of it better. I will say the BakFlips are more weather proof as you do get some water in the bed with the rolling tops. I kept a small pallet and a cheap weatherproof "roof" bag for when we traveled and put luggage in the back just to insure our stuff stayed dry.
 

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Went w/ a BakFlip folding hard tonneau after I saw 'em on a couple of trucks at work. MX4 is the latest version and you can close the tailgate w/o having the tonneau open. Dunno if BAK updated the other models. Works for me.
With the Bakflip MX4 does your cargo stay dry?Also how many inch cooler can you fit under cover with it flush mounted?
 

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The backflip rails don't go any lower than the bed side lip so that is one way to tell what would fit. As far as cargo staying dry it stays 98% dry. If you drive in heavy rain you will see some water trickling down the sides. In general if it isn't a soft load (read something that will settle to the bottom of the bed floor ridges) you can pretty much count on it staying dry. I have always taken extra precautions on long trips with anything in the bed just for safety sake.
 

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Several online retailers are having a sale on the Ridgelander this weekend and there is still time for the mail in rebate bike carrier or cargo bag.
 

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However, it has been 4 weeks since I sent in the mail in rebate for the bike carrier and I still do not have it. I have an email in to customers service as of this morning.
 
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