I just bought a 2010 Ridgeline and am looking at bed covers. It seems there are roll-up and folding styles. What are the advantages to each? I am afraid I am in that space where I dont know what I dont know! Thanks in advance.
asked by: Stuart
The folding style are used more when somebody wants to leave the cover on more and might just want to lift up one section to access something, like a worker that might carry a toolbox in the truck bed. The roll-up style is probably the more common of the two where the cover might need to be opened more often and is usually quicker and easier to remove or roll up.
For your 2010 Honda Ridgeline the roll-up tonneau cover is the only kind available.
The Truxedo Tonneau Cover for the 2010 Honda Ridgeline, # TX520655, is a very nice tonneau cover because there is no drilling needed, everything clamps on and it has a automated, spring loaded tension control that keeps the cover wrinkle free. When it is opened it rolls up and stores behind the cab.
expert reply by: Jeff D
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