My new tonneau cover
cruiser
Posted 2/9/2017 4:43 PM (#92305)
Subject: My new tonneau cover


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Location: Bergen County, N.J
After much research, I ended up at the simplest solution regarding a Tonneau cover for my 2006 TLE Ultra. Went to my local HD dealer and had a very helpful service and parts manager research and order the correct tonneau cover from HD Parts, which are still available. It has the cutout for the handles as well as the hump over the seat back. Final price after my MVP discount, $160.
Can't beat it.
My motto; "never give up"

when I figure out how to post pictures, I will share my new toy.
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cruiser
Posted 2/9/2017 4:47 PM (#92306 - in reply to #92305)
Subject: RE: My new tonneau cover


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Sorry, this should have gone into a previous thread on my search for the tonneau cover. This should not be a "new Thread"
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chromepony
Posted 2/10/2017 10:35 AM (#92315 - in reply to #92305)
Subject: Re: My new tonneau cover


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Congrats on the find ...and at a very decent price.
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DeanH
Posted 2/17/2017 1:24 AM (#92395 - in reply to #92305)
Subject: Re: My new tonneau cover



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The Harley OEM covers are really very good quality - my 17 year old rig, bought new, still has the original tonneau and it looks like the day it was made.
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nomack
Posted 2/23/2017 5:43 AM (#92475 - in reply to #92305)
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Have the Harley OEM cover also and I'm very pleased with the quality. It's durable and looks good.
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NiftyScout
Posted 2/23/2017 6:31 PM (#92485 - in reply to #92305)
Subject: RE: My new tonneau cover


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What kind of tonneau cover is it?
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