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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 09-24-2010, 11:00 PM Thread Starter
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yamaha tonneau cover

Hey guys, just wondering if anyone has this or has tried it, ive been looking at a way to cover my cargo and keep the dog a bit out of the snow up here in Alberta. This is the pop up one new to Yamaha accessories, folds down and sits about a foot higher then the box. Likes and disslikes? ive also thought of trying the Pro Rhino Products Canopy, but dont know any one who has tried this either. Is it easy to connect and dissconnect as i need to be able to trailer the rhino.

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I have the camper top( Yamaha OEM version) and LOVE it in the winter. Infact I have one on the Rhino and my matching trailer. I like the pop up cover as it is is a little lower and would fit in my trailer vs poping the camper top off. The top pops off quickly as it has to aluminum frame bars that are attached to the bed via a quick pull of a pin. I am upstate NY plenty of snow here as well. keep bed stuff including pups dry !

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I have the camper top( Yamaha OEM version) and LOVE it in the winter. Infact I have one on the Rhino and my matching trailer. I like the pop up cover as it is is a little lower and would fit in my trailer vs poping the camper top off. The top pops off quickly as it has to aluminum frame bars that are attached to the bed via a quick pull of a pin. I am upstate NY plenty of snow here as well. keep bed stuff including pups dry !
Thanks, now that OEM yamaha Camper top, is that the one where you have to buy the top and frame seperate? And what kind of cab are you using for the rhino? if any? Im trying to get everything ready for winter, i got my tracks and heater, but now im trying to get an affordable cab and possibly the camper type top.


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No the camper top comes as a complete kit.. REALLY SUPER! lots of windows etc. I have a Jstrong roof for summer and soft top and soft rear window for winter. My doors are Seizmik with removable covers(as my avitar) and they have tops with roll down windows.. obviously dont roll them down in winter much.. Doors open like car doors and tops and doors are much like a jeep cj5 thing.. I have some pics if you'd like send me your email via PM and i will send to you. I also have a summit racing heater hot water /ducted ( like RhinoGear) mounted over Driver wheel. The overall package keeps us VERY warm in the upstate NY winters.

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PM sent, and where did you find the camper top?


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Muzzy's, Hunterworks MSD, Stage 1 Hotcam, Wiseco 11:1 Piston
18g HW Greaseless OD Weights w/Gold Spring
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post #6 of 8 (permalink) Old 08-23-2011, 11:57 PM
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I think it is the best tonneau cover out there. I have tried it and so far so good. There is no harm in trying to use it.
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post #7 of 8 (permalink) Old 08-24-2011, 05:38 AM
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i installed the pop-up tonneau cover about a week ago. when i get home, ill take a pic and post it. i was a little suprised at how small it was. My 80 lb rhodesian ridgeback fits under it but doesnt have alot of extra room

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instructions are not very helpful and they assembled by rails wrong, but i was able to fix that. took about 1 hr to install and that was with me having to do trial and error. paid $196 shipped (I think) bought off ebay. took three weeks to get here

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pop up tonneau cover

Love to see some pics. How was the install?

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