- Made of high-density aluminum panels, scratch - Up to 350lbs bearing capacity - Aluminum alloy frame, strength & durability - Equipped with a nylon fixing belt - Protects against sun rays, rain, hail, snow, etc
YITAMOTOR factory brand packaging, Each cover is custom-built to ensure precise compatibility with the 6.4 ft bed of the 2003-2023 Dodge Ram 2500 3500 Without Rambox. Made from high-quality, commercial-grade vinyl that will not stretch, fade or crack.
2003-2023 Dodge Ram 2500 3500 Fleetside 6.4 ft Bed
NOTE: Before purchase, please measure the inner diameter of your truck chassis (from bulkhead to tailgate) or contact us.
1. Accurate Fit
Adopts 100% factory brand packaging; Each YITAMOTOR cover is custom-built to ensure precise compatibility with a 6.4' bed of 2003-2023 Dodge Ram 2500 3500 Without Rambox.
2. Upgraded Hard Cover
The aluminum panel is finely crafted from high-density aluminum in order to grant exceptional impact resistance and 350lbs bearing capacity; Protects your items from theft and; Resistant to corrosion, water, snow, and UV to deliver long-lasting use.
3. Sturdy Structure
Rugged double-layer aluminum panels are completely waterproof and highly resistant to annoying fingerprints and scratches; Stable hinges can be folded forward and secured with nylon straps; a Powerful frame and built-in clips provide immense stability.
4. Simple Installation
Comes with clips, front and rear waterproof strips, and an installation manual for smooth and easy installation with no drilling or additional tools required; Cover can be quickly removed, allowing you to enjoy speedy convenience.
5. Effectively reduces vehicle energy consumption
Hard Panel features scratch & cold resistance, great UV protection, and anti-theft functionality. Protects against extreme sun rays, rain, hail, and snow, and effectively reduces vehicle energy consumption. This rear accessory is the optimal choice for outdoor activities and travel.
1 Hard Tri-Fold Tonneau Cover
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