I hope this is where this post goes. This is a review of my new BAK Flip G2 tonneau cover for my 2010 Dodge Ram 1500 Crew Cab Laramie with the 5'7" bed, without Ram Box. My truck has an under the rail bed liner but does have the bed rail protectors from factory. This did not have any effect on the fit of the tonneau cover. Here are some pictures.
One reason I really like this cover is because of the low profile look it has.
This is another angle of the G2 cover.
As you can see, the rubber seals sit nicely flat on the bedliner and rail covers. The actual panels are powder coated and feel solid.
The panel hinges are made of rubber to give a complete seal from the elements. Also nothing to rust there and easy to care for with some rubber protectant.
This is the rear of the bed cover as it sits on the tailgate. As long as the tailgate is locked, so is the G2 cover. No extra keys just for the cover.
To open the cover, all you do is open the tailgate and pull the release wire that on both sides of each locking panel.
This is a shot of the hardware that shows the locks on each panel, which is released by the wire. It only takes a slight pull to release.
Now this is fold number one.
This is fold number two.
These are the rubber bumpers that protect your rear window if you fold it once again to have it all the way up.
On each side of the rails, there are these poles that support the panels in the upright position.
Once you have both poles locked on both sides of the panel, it is very secure.
On both sides of the cover, there is a drain tube.
If you wanted to secure the panels flat, you could also use some bungee cords on these rings.
Some of the reasons I like this cover over the one piece fiberglass covers:
1. I don't have to remove it to carry something big.
2. Low profile
3. Locks without any extra keys.
4. More economical than a fiberglass cover.
5. Don't have to worry about storing and scratching a nicely painted tonneau cover if you remove it to carry something big.
At first I did want a nice fiberglass tonneau cover like the Mopar cover shown on the site. It's twice as expensive and I don't like how it sits so high up.
I guess that's it for now. Thanks for reading.