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Zevenhuizen ZH, NL
Manufacturer Part Number:BL2003
Interchange Part Number:Bedlocker Electric
Placement on Vehicle:Rear
Surface Finish:Black finish
Country of Manufacture:United States
Electric Retractable Tonneau Cover - Bedlocker
THIS PICK-UP COVER IS OPERATED VIA REMOTE CONTROL!
- Hard tonneau cover retracts into canister at the front of the truck bed
- Durable black powder-coat finish on rigid aluminum panels
- Patented silicon weather hinge provides a tight seal between the aluminum panels
- Manual Switch Kit (available as an option) can be mounted in the cab or back by the tailgate in case of lost or broken remotes.
- Electromagnetic brake locks cover in any position
- Electric motor operated by remote control
- Drive System release lever provides cover operation in case of lost power
- No-drill, clamp-in design (on most applications) for installation in about an hour
- Low-profile, aerodynamic design saves gas
- Fits over 5th wheel trailer hitches
THIS PICK-UP COVER COMES WITH A STANDARD RAIL SYSTEM.
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