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I have a 2013 F-250 and want to get a tonneau cover that's affordable, but functional. Any recommendations?  

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If you are thinking soft tonneau, I really like the Truxedo Lo-Pro.  I've had one on each of my last 3 trucks and love them!

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After some research, I think I'm going to get the TruXedo Lo Pro roll-up.  It looks really solid and won't break the bank.

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We have the truxedo roll ups on at least 20 of our shop trucks and some of the tops have been on 2 and 3 trucks without issue. I have one waiting on my 2020 if it ever gets here. Cj

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I had a Tonno Pro soft tri-fold on a Silverado for about 4 or 5 years.  Parked outside almost 24/7 and still looked great the day I sold the truck.  That's about as affordable as it gets.  Can get them on Amazon.

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I have an Undercover Flex on my F150. The panels hold approx 400 pounds each on top, still looks good after 30,000+ miles and has the same marine grade carpet on the underside as their mate, Bedrug, which I also have. It does cost ~$800.

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I have a truxedo. Only issue is the tailgate built in step. It sometimes pushes up on the cover and has to be hit a little to open the tailgate. Other than that, I have had them on my last three trucks.

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I've had a Truxedo Truxport on my truck (Not a Ford) for years, it's very similar to the Lo Pro roll up cover.  The Truxport sits a bit higher than the Lo Pro, but it's been a great cover, and it's cheaper than the Lo Pro.  That being said, I recently picked up a new Truxedo Lo Pro to replace my Truxport cover, it's starting to show it's age.   But I found the new Lo Pro at a price that I could not pass up, just waiting out the winter to install the new one.

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I prefer the Truxedo brand soft covers. They have always held up to time and weather. I currently have the ProX15 and love its fit and look.

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