LUND Genesis™ Seal & Peel Tonneau
All-weather cover — protects your cargo in minutes
The LUND Genesis Seal & Peel tonneau cover, made in USA, is a high-quality vinyl, which looks like black leather and features a unique snapless closure system for a perfect, no-adjustment fit. This durable yet affordable cover conforms perfectly around a truck's contours and is designed to block moisture and debris from entering your truck bed. The LUND Genesis™ Seal & Peel tonneau cover also needs no tension adjustments, even in extreme climates.
Pre-assembled to Install in minutes
The cover installs easily onto any truck in under a half hour. It features a pre-assembled design mounting quickly to your bed with pre-marked rails and heavy-duty adjustable clamps. The cover seamlessly seals using a tongue-in-groove closure system.
Backed by Limited Lifetime Warranty
A Limited Lifetime Warranty protects your Genesis Seal & Peel tonneau cover. Buy yours today and you'll be ready for whatever nature or the road throws your way.
- Heavy duty, attractive and affordable
- Conceals, secures and protects cargo
- Tear-resistant, durable, double-sided fabric with black matte finish
- Low-profile design with seal and peel closure system
- Designed specifically for your make, model and year
- Pre-assembled for easy installation
- No drilling or special hardware required
- Pre-marked rails and heavy-duty clamps assure easy installation
- All parts are padded so no metal-to-metal contact
- Integrated tailgate seal holds in place firmly and reliably
- Proudly Made in the USA
- Limited Lifetime Warranty
Front has app. 1 inch opening on each side. Tail gate does not seal very well.
Ford F150 Super Crew 2010
Rate as a 4+.
The look is great and it is generaly easy to use except for the rear cross brace at the tailgate which doesn't seem as though it were designed to be removable. It is definitely great for weather protection as the integrated seal doesn't leak even in the heaviest rains or car washes. The rest of the cross braces just pop out easily and the tonneau rolls up and secures with integrated tie straps so it works for me 99.9% of the time. For the odd time I do carry a long and tall load I will just undo the six clamps and lift it off as an assembly which should only take a couple of minutes.
Regardless of the rear brace issue I am still very impressed with the overal product and quality for the money even after shipping and brokerage charges to Canada. I could not come close to this deal from retailers in this country.
I highly prefer this design over the snap on tonneau covers because with the seal and peel design you can literally peel the cover off and roll it up, with very little effort, when you need access to your bed. With the snap on covers, or the ones I have dealt with at least, it can be quite hard to snap and unsnap the buttons when trying to remove or install the cover, which takes more time versus the seal and peel system and the snap on covers can do a number on your fingers from unbuttoning and buttoning all those buttons. Also in comparison to the hard top tonneau covers, with the hard top design, if you ever need to load something vertically into your truck bed you would have to completely remove the hard top cover and store it someplace, which would no doubt be a pain. Where as the soft tonneau covers you can simply roll them up and they are out of the way. The hard top covers also weigh quite a bit more adding more pounds to your truck. However on the flip side the hard top covers can be locked if that option were to be needed.
With this issue asside, once the tonneau cover is installed it adds a whole new look to your truck. One of the reasons we purchased a cover was that our bed had no liner or protection in it so it has gotten quite scratched up over the years and the tonneau cover just completely hides all of that history. Not only that but the cover has many functional uses as well and not just aesthetic benefits. The weekend after we put on the cover we had to pickup several 6' long cardboard tubes an hour away, and without the cover the tubes would have surely blown out on the way back unless we had strapped all of them down which would have been a hastle. Another great benifit of a cover is that if you go shopping you can now store all of your items in the bed of your truck and not have to worry about the weather factors such as rain and wind, and the cover will also hide your items from potential theives. The other major benefit is that studies show that trucks will gain 2mpg on the highway due to the improved aerodynamics that a tonneau cover adds.
So in closing, I would highly recommend this tonneau cover to anyone who is thinking about getting one. It is worth the little extra money for the seal and peel system versus the snap on covers and I believe that in the long run a tonneau cover will pay for itself
The Genesis cover went on over my bedliner rail covers without modification. It took well under 30 minutes to install.
It looks great and improves gas mileage.
My only gripe would be to the directions...they could be better illustrated.