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Gaylord Lids Speedsturr wing Bedcover

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Hello, well I have been looking for a long time now for an innovations cover for my dakota. I found something simular by Gaylords. http://www.gaylordslids.com/showroom/dodge.php

Its under speedsturr wing bedcover, and there is a gallery on what it looks like. They make it for dakotas 05-up, however they can custom make one for 97-04 dakotas.
I called and spoke with Cory and to get a Speedsturr cover, with the options. which includes... (can click on link that says features and options)
singlock painted
automotive rotary latch system
trimless edge
EZ grip tool, clamp
stainless steel hinge system
pull strap
keyless remote access with dome light
painted to match color

it would cost $1750.00 shipped.

if you would like the LED light in the back thats an extra $100.00
GaylordsLids includes
90 day electric warranty
2 year warranty parts
5 year warranty on paint
Lifetime warranty for the structure on the fiberglass.

I know that its very pricy, so I was hoping maybe would could do a group buy, I don't know if they will or not, I haven't gotten that far. I want to know how many people are interested and go from there.
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wow! really, yeah that's not too bad the price for what you paid. Well on another fourm they had the phone number, and all it does is keep ringing, then I got the answer machine which sounded like someone's home. So I don't think they are still in business. But if you find out anything or know anyone who is selling one please pm me. I have been looking forever! thanks
yeah same here, I thought like $1200 tops, just becuase the tonneau has some nice options on it. But still its a ton of money!
ok, well when I spoke with the guy on the phone he told me it was a $500 option, I hope that your right because for under $1200.00 I'll eventually buy one.
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