Truck Covers USA Installation (S02E23)

Chris Dukeshows you how to install an American Roll Cover from Truck Covers USA on a 2010 Ford F-150. Filmed live at the 2009 SEMA Show in Las Vegas, NV.

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Truck Covers USA

Episode Notes

This SEMA-special episode is 8 of 9 episodes we filmed while in Las Vegas at the 2009 SEMA Show. Promoted as an eBay Motors workshop titled “Mastering Installation Videos”, Chris Duke and his Motorz TV crew installed a total of nine products over the course of three days, November 3-5 in Vegas.

Even though Motorz TV Season 2 ended at the end of September 2009 (Season 3 begins in January 2010), this event gave us some great new content to publish between seasons.

In this episode I show you how to install an American Roll Cover from Truck Covers USA.  This tough tonneau cover keeps all of your belongings safe, locks up tight (even auto-locks!) and protects your gear from the elements. It’s the best of both worlds  having a hard tonneau cover and one that’s easy to remove (or in this case, roll up!)

Product Information

American Roll Cover

Truck Covers USA – Not just another tonneau cover – we dare you to compare before you buy a tonneau cover! Our American Roll Cover is designed to custom fit virtually every make and model of pickup truck sold today. Our truck bed cover has been uniquely engineered to adapt to roll bars, and accommodate both factory and aftermarket truck accessories. Our bed roll covers are extremely durable and secure without sacrificing looks or convenience. While giving you ultimate versatility – our retractable hard tonneau cover is built to last – OEM quality to match your truck like no other! Simply stated, the American Roll Cover is the best truck roll cover ever made and will fit your truck bed like a glove! So if you’re in the market for a cover for your truck bed – don’t be fooled by “wanna-bes” – there is only one American Roll Cover and we make it! Truck Covers USA, the true leader in the tonneau cover industry. Why settle for second when we are #1! Truck Covers USA – look at the rest, so you feel good about buying the best – we are that sure!

• Superior Quality & Construction Like No Other Truck Cover
• Fits Ford, Chevrolet, Dodge, Nissan, Toyota & Many Other Trucks
• A Retractable Tonneau Cover that is Easy to Install
• Double Wall Aluminum Construction & Textured Powder Coated Finish Enhance the Durability of the American Roll Cover
• Excellent Security for your Truck Bed Cargo
• High Quality Lock – Locks your Truck Bed Every 12 Inches
• Tonneau Covers Improve Gas Mileage an Average of 7%-10%
• Weather-Tight & Weather Resistant – Like No Other Retractable Tonneau Cover
• Smallest Canister of any Retractable Roll Cover (8 X 8 Inches)
• The Only Truck Bed Cover Tough Enough to Withhold +500lbs.
• Two-Year Warranty

Music

This episode features music from COLDWEST. “Snakeskinner”, “Ignition”, and a custom Motorz TV Intro.

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24 Comments
  1. Yes we did… in fact just 2 days before we installed this cover we installed the Agri-Cover soft tonneau cover. During the day between the two we uninstalled one in order to install the 2nd!

  2. well done (i think the next thing you gotta do is add some back-up lights to a truck that would be great

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  4. Anyone that watches this who owns a newer F150 (2009). Make sure you actually open the manual and check out the shims for the front. Also they now install the weather stripping directly on the canister. No applying to the lip of the bed (NICE!). They switched tubing and it kinda sucks to be completely honest. Its no where near as flexible and with attempting to install at the recommended (less than 90 degree) you will have JUST enough hose to complete the work if you use the rear bed plugs.

  5. Anyone that watches this who owns a newer F150 (2009). Make sure you actually open the manual and check out the shims for the front. Also they now install the weather stripping directly on the canister. No applying to the lip of the bed (NICE!). They switched tubing and it kinda sucks to be completely honest. Its no where near as flexible and with attempting to install at the recommended (less than 90 degree) you will have JUST enough hose to complete the work if you use the rear bed plugs.

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