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My undercover came in the mail today!! Put it on right away and It looks great. Can't wait to see how it works for normal use.




 

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looks good man!:tu: so,how easy was the install?
The install would have been WAY easier if I wasn't drunk from class...but it was still pretty easy

I had my beverage management class this afternoon and the professor brought in a bartender who made about 700 1/2 shots for a class of 40...needless to say they didn't throw out much...
 

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The install would have been WAY easier if I wasn't drunk from class...but it was still pretty easy

I had my beverage management class this afternoon and the professor brought in a bartender who made about 700 1/2 shots for a class of 40...needless to say they didn't throw out much...
drunk from class........i like it:D!!
 

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It's a class for my Hospitality Mgmt. Degree (Hotel and Restaurant Stuff). It's an OK class...best days are drinking...

So far the cover is great...rained today and its still dry...
 

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I order it from autoanything.com they were the only site which didn't have an extra fee to have it delivered to a residential address. It was 642 and some change i believe for the cover shipped to my door.
 

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rail system is still in place...it has a couple brackets that are bolted into it, so if you take the cover off they would still be there, unless you really wanted to take them out too...
 

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Wise decision and looks great.... You'll luv it... I ought to know.... LOL
 

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I just got mine a few days ago. I bought a ARE. Wait till I get some pics. I promise that everyone in the thread will be jealous :D
 

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Nice price. Cheapest I've seen! I think I may have to bite the bullet and do it.
 

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Looks nice...but I have an extra $300 (guessing) in my pocket and for some reason that hump on fiberglass ones just doesn't do it for me...I had a hard enough time being convinced into a hard cover in the first place...

I promised pics. So here they are.



 

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Tacosys, what wheels / tires are these? Did you lift that truck? Got more pics?
I also like that cover. Did it come painted or did you have that done separately? And how much was that cover & the paint job?

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Tacosys, I think your bed cover looks great but the Undercover is the right one for me since it's so much lighter. I have to remove the cover by myself and that would be tough with a fiberglass cover. But in the looks department yours is nicer IMHO.
 

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Tacosys, what wheels / tires are these? Did you lift that truck? Got more pics?
I also like that cover. Did it come painted or did you have that done separately? And how much was that cover & the paint job?

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Those are ProComp Wheels and tires. Wheels = Series 6001- 17 inch Wheels Tires= Pro Comp Mud Terrain Tires Also I got a 2 1/4 leveling kit on it so the 33" tires would fit. Here is the link to the kit http://www.readylift.com/products/s....com/albums/j139/death1_02/newfront.jpg[/IMG]
 
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