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Protect your gear and improve your truck's gas mileage with a custom-fit roll up or hatch style tonneau cover by extang, Access, Truxedo, BAK Industries or Craftec. These covers protect your truck bed from road debris and the elements while increasing towing performance and aerodynamics. Most covers provide a simple no-drill application which makes it easy to increase the appearance and functionality of your vehicle, and all tonneau covers offer either a roll-up or easy removal design to allow you to adjust for any of your hauling needs.
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