Tonneau and cage

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blert

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So, today I found an '03 at a junk yard that has factory tonneau and extender cage on it.
The tonneau is pretty worn and will need a ton of work. The extender cage looks to be in great shape.
How much do you think I should offer the junk guy for them?
How easy is the tonneau to remove? I put four bikes in the back of my truck on occasion and they won't fit with it on there.
 

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Tonneau is super easy to remove if you have the key to it. If you don’t have the key (should be the key to the truck itself, any sport trac key might do the trick) I’d say it’s 3 out of 5 in difficulty.

As long as the tailgate opens, it’s just a matter of pushing a lever with a screwdriver. The hard part is knowing exactly where and what to push on, which is tricky to figure out for the first time while laying on your back in the bed.

I think if you could walk out of there with both for $200 you got a great deal!
 

Todd Z

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GET THE MOUNTING PINS for the cage and the brackets for the cover...
 
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