Products & Equipment

Trilogy Tonneau

LEER

August 13, 2014 - Products

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LEER, manufacturer of fiberglass truck caps and tonneaus, launches a new folding, hard tonneau named Trilogy. The top-mount Trilogy, begins shipping this month with an MSRP starting at $989, and is exclusively available from authorized LEER dealers.   

Trilogy is designed for maximum functionality, protecting the truck bed and its contents while being exceptionally easy to use. The new tonneau is lightweight, tough, secure and comes with a three-year limited warranty. It can travel in both open and closed positions, is able to accommodate large-size cargo, and can also be completely removed for complete bed access.

The ultra-versatile Trilogy can be installed by LEER dealers in minutes. Trilogy’s features include:

Durable Surface: The Trilogy’s aluminum cover is constructed with a special alloy hardener and treated with a UV-resistant fluorocarbon for dent resistance and a colorfast finish. The interior is filled with a dense XPS solid core, formed under more than 8,000 pounds of pressure for maximum durability. In addition, the extruded outside aluminum edges have a sleek beveled profile, delivering nearly three times the strength compared to competitive products. Durable powder coating keeps the entire surface looking new.

LED Lights: A pair of LED lights illuminates the interior of the bed, making it easy to see gear and latches.

Latch and Latch Hooks Design: Simply lock the latch lever in place to secure the cover at the tailgate. The latch hardware is threaded, allowing easy height adjustment for a custom, completely secure fit. The latches fit into a recessed channel pocket, staying out of the way when not in use. When tightened, the latches hold the cover securely in place while driving with the cover either folded back or folded flat.

Double-Sealed Hinges: At folding points, extruded aluminum hinges are double sealed to channel water to the outside edges of the truck bed, keeping gear dry.

Safety Tie Downs: Adjustable tie-down straps hold the cover securely in place when folded back, leaving two-thirds of the truck bed open and accessible.

Extra Security: A locking tailgate prevents access to latches for added extra security.

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