I'm not to happy with my "TL" Series from Gaylords. Too much movement at highway speeds for my liking. I've taken the truck back for service at the dealer that installed it. They can't figure it out.... It's a clamp on system, so with my experience with it, I wouldn't recommend one. It looks great, when it's not bouncing all around.
i just picked up a leer 700 series locally (used) for $250... its got some scratches and such (hard fiberglass locking tonneau) it does go over the tailgate but for the price.... I couldnt pass it up. It's so nice being able to put stuff in the bed of my truck without worrying about grabby hands walking off with it!
I have the Tonneaumaster roll up cover, no snaps, and if you're working out of the bed, you can easily roll it all the way up to the front. Handy for horse shows. The dude at the shop said they are very popular with four wheelers because they can roll it up and toss the buggy into the truck bed. Hard to do with the hard covers. http://www.speedytruck.com/index.asp?PageAction=VIEWCATS&Category=933
I might of missed where you specified which type of cover that you wanted, but if it were me I would either go with a Truck Cover USA or a different roll cover. The Truck Cover USA is an industrial grade roll up tonneau cover kinda like the Roll N Lock but the Truck Cover USA doesn't have the vinyl on top. Just my opinion. Good luck
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