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Old 01-26-2013, 07:48 PM
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Tonneau Covers for stepside pickup trucks

Has anyone made a Tonneau Cover for a stepside pickup?

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Old 01-27-2013, 08:28 AM
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Check out LMC truck catalog. I got mine for my fleetside , but I sure they sell them for short stepside.
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I made my own......I aint no seamstress, but it turned out not too bad
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Bed Cover

Depending on what look you're going after, there's a ton of places that sell covers. I'm looking for a certain time period on my build, and plan on having a boat canvas type cover with stainless snaps or turns. A couple bows will keep it it taught.
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Ok great info. Iím looking to buy or maybe build it myself. I have dedicated the truck to the memory of my father, son-in-law, and my military service. I have named it the ďOle Hound DogĒ after the B17 that my father flew in WWII. Since then both my son-in-law and I have served in Iraq. I want a flat surface that I can have a map of Europe and Iraq painted on with all the places that my fatherís plane bombed and where my son-in-law and I served. I was thinking aluminum sheets riveted to an aluminum frame to look like the side of a B17.
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NICE! That sounds really cool! And by the way, thanks, Bro... you guys are appreciated more than you know!!!
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Check out Craftec they makes a really nice tonneau, and they make them here in the USA . Check out this link:

https://www.craftecinc.com/index.php...products_id=64

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