kxboss wrote:Just had the flush one fitted very happy as the top of the tub is protected and looks great they clip on and have an internal bungee clips for over size loads, probably not as waterproof as the others , just poured down for two days, travelled 200 Kim and had water in tub not much but still there.
Looks heaps better, they are like the ones on commondoor utes
The cover is great easy to remove and replace, you can undo a corner or side to stick items out.aardvark wrote:Thanks for the info so far...
For those with the flush mount cover:
1) Does it fold back easily if you want to put something in the tray that would stick out at one corner? (Like a length of timber).
2) Can the whole thing be removed easily? Does it always stay attached and just get folded back?
Hutch wrote:The cover is great easy to remove and replace, you can undo a corner or side to stick items out.
Hi,aardvark wrote:Hutch wrote:The cover is great easy to remove and replace, you can undo a corner or side to stick items out.
Thanks Hutch! Just what I needed to know.
If the cover is completely removed from the vehicle, is there anything at the cabin end of the tray (along the edge of the back window), that stays on the vehicle and reduces the room in the tub? I'm just thinking about the venetian blind style metal ones that have a bar near the window, and would mean having to rest my dirt bike tyre against it.
Homer wrote:If it is going to be used as a proper ute you will need a proper tonneau. None of the fitted ones are any good for carrying gear - they are just like the factory hard lid in that respect.
kxboss wrote:The cover will accomadate larger loads by using internal bungee but is flush with the sides when not carrying larger loads on and off faster than old type and this is a Mitsubishi fitted cover.
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