BAK BAKFlip VP Tonneau Cover
Ships Between 5/30 - 6/01
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- Secure your payload and save a bundle with the BAK BAKFlip VP Tonneau Cover
- When the tailgate is locked, the BAKFlip VP cannot be opened
- Custom sized for your year, make and model truck
- Made from aircraft-grade aluminum panels with a vinyl coating and an EPS core
- Strong enough to support up to 250 lbs of evenly distributed weight on top
- Folds away easily & locks open for full bed access, rear window protection & even 3rd brake light visibility (on most trucks)
- Hidden hinges stylishly seal off your bed from stormy weather
- Equipped with automatic slam latches that lock down at every fold & at your tailgate
- Rides inside your bed rails for a flush finish that leaves your stake pockets open for business
- Installs easily with no drilling required
- Works with bed extenders, spray-on and under-the-rail bed liners, toolboxes and storage units, sliding bed trays, bed rails, bed caps and truck racks
- Your BAK BAKFlip VP Tonneau Cover is backed by a 1-year warranty
Sure, if money were no object, you'd go ahead and blow a wad of cash on some carbon fiber, hand-painted, Wi-Fi-ready tonneau cover. But, for truck owners with premium taste who don't have Daddy Warbucks' bank account, the BAKFlip VP Tonneau Cover gives you the most BAK for your buck.
Born from BAK's incredibly popular BAKFlip line of truck bed covers, the BAKFlip VP lives up to the family name in every way. Its hard deck is made from vinyl-covered aluminum panels with an EPS core for strength and rigidity. At 5/8" thick, it has enough muscle to support up to 250 lbs of evenly distributed weight up top.
Opening and closing your BAK BAKFlip VP is flippin' easy. Each panel is connected by hidden hinges, so you simply fold it toward your cab to reach your cargo. It even flips all the way up to your rear window, giving you full bed access and protecting your glass from shifting cargo. Plus, you never have to fiddle with locks and levers to secure your BAKFlip VP—its automatic slam latches engage with every fold.
Weighing in at under 50 lbs, the BAKFlip VP Tonneau is a breeze to install single-handedly and requires no drilling. And, BAK backs your bed cover with a 1-year warranty.
- The tailgate lock on the truck is what secures the bed. If your truck does not have a tailgate lock, the cover may be opened by opening the tailgate
BAK BAKFlip VP Tonneau Cover Customer Reviews
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Reviewed by Linda S (San Antonio, TX) Reviewed for a 2017 Honda Ridgeline — Apr 26, 2017 9:37 PM
Several of my friends have these covers on Ford F150s and the low profile looks great. However, the serious design compromises that BAK Industries made for my 2017 Honda Ridgeline are unacceptable. BAK decided to provide an adapter rail to connect their standard support rail to the top of the truck bed. This means two sets of rails to install. Bed width is reduced by 3" per side and the opening of the in-bed trunk is reduced by about a foot making it difficult to access the spare tire.
Reviewed by Francisco D (Miami, FL) Reviewed for a 2017 Toyota Tundra — Apr 14, 2017 7:13 AM
I really like the look. It took a little over an hour and a half to installed because I had to drop the original rails that came with the truck, so it was like do it twice, other than that is was just like the videos and instructions,easy. I would recommend this cover to all of those that want a smooth cover, it really look awesome in my Tundra.
Reviewed by Scott A (Austin, TX) Reviewed for a 2016 Dodge Ram — Mar 15, 2017 5:26 PM
Exactly what i was looking for!! This product secures my tools when I'm not around. Installation took me less than an hour, by myself..
Reviewed by Scott G (GALENA, OH) Reviewed for a 2017 Ford F-150 — Mar 15, 2017 5:28 AM
Overall design is great. I had to make a shim to mount one of the rails properly, it kept on wanting to roll over once I tightened it. this could have been due to my truck bed or the backflip but I didn't want to wait the whole weekend to speak with someone from backflip so I just did it myself. On the holes on the cover itself I had to clean out with a drill bit. I spent a few hours installing it compared to the 45 minutes. It's been waterproof for a month w/o the tubes installed.