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Roll up or hatch style tonneau covers by Extang, Access, Truxedo, BAK Industries, or Craftec are custom fit to your Toyota Tacoma. Most covers provide a simple no-drill installation on your Toyota Tacoma, 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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