JackRabbit Tonneau Cover
- Vinyl wrapped aluminum panels
- Increased fuel economy
- Latch n lock handle latches every 12"
- Normal tailgate operation
- Heavy-duty retract springs smoothly retract your tonneau
- Fast & easy SpeedClamp mounting process
- Optional explorer series rails allow you to use cover with a contractors rig
- Made in the USA - Centralia, WA
Equip your truck with the biggest and baddest tonneau cover on the market. Of course I'm talking about the Pace Edwards JackRabbit! This amazing tonneau is carving a name for itself in the industry as the toughest, best looking, and most functioning truck bed cover on the market.
The JackRabbit tonneau cover is made out of heavy duty aluminum panels that are coated with a black vinyl cover. These panels are equipped with a built in strap which engages the latch every 12", giving you the ability to haul objects with the cover partially open. When opening, the panels retract to the front using the heavy duty springs and are stored inside the thermoformed ABS canister.
Pace-Edwards loves the way a low profile truck bed cover looks on any truck. This is why they went to great lengths making the JackRabbit. You get an inside rail mount design which guarantees a low profile, sleek, and stylish appearance. Not to mention this outstanding retracting truck bed cover stops wind drag, improves aerodynamics, and ultimately saves you money. And who doesn't want a tonneau that pays for itself?
Don't you think it's time you upgrade your truck with a Pace-Edwards JackRabbit tonneau? Installation is easy with the no-drill, clamp-in design. Get one today with free shipping!
Frequently Asked Questions
How does the JackRabbit open and close?
The aluminum panels fit inside the side rails and retract into the front canister. It can be latched every 12", completely opened or locked closed. The latch n lock system makes it easy to open or close and spring tensioners help the cover open.
What does water resistant mean? The cover is made so water will drain into the canister and out the bottom through drain tubes.
Is the tonneau secure?
Yes, the cover locks with the latch n lock system. Simply turn the dial to open and it will automatically latch when closing, then lock it with the key provided. If you’re tailgate does not come with a lock, an optional tailgate lock is needed to secure the tailgate.
11% increase in fuel economy, really?
Yes, the low profile aerodynamic design will save on fuel costs.
We have a bedliner, will the cover work with that?
The side rails clamp to the cargo box rails. If you have an over the rail bedliner, installation can be more difficult. If you have an under the rail bedliner, you shouldn't have any trouble, but some may require limited modifications to the front corners of the bedliner. For most spray in bedliners, provided the spray is not overly thick, you shouldn't have any issues.
How do I maintain the tonneau?
Here are some tips to help ensure years of smooth operation. Open and close the cover regularly. Grease the wear strips each year or if they start to squeak. Make sure the cover works smoothly after initial installation, if not contact customer support right away. If the cover is hard to open or close, make sure the side to side clearance is at least 1/8". Make sure the drain tubes and bottom of the canister are cleaned out regularly and check them every 6 months. Wash the cover just like you wash your pickup, but do not use wax.
Will my friends be jealous if I buy a JackRabbit?
Probably, because owning this cover will grab attention, give your truck's cargo box more function and allow for hard tonneau security.
If you have any questions please call our Technical Support at (877)-216-5446.
The JackRabbit Cover comes standard as a no-drill installation and it can generally be installed in about an hour. For additional information and amazing customer service, please call 1-877-216-5446.
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Product Reviews Summary
|Ease of Installation||4.3|
|Price / Value||4.4|
|53 Customer Reviews|
|installation instructions useless, but not too hard to figure out. What you see is not what you get. All in all good product, good company. Would, will, and have purchased other products from them|
|Decided to have it installed. Fits over our fifth wheel hitch just fine. Looks greats, so far we love it.|
|I have put these on the last three trucks I've owned. By far one of the best investments that can be made. The cover stays in place, and locked, yet rolls up into the canister when not needed, to allow the full use of your truck bed. No worries of removal and storage of your cover. The Explorer bed rails are a shall... they add a versatility to the truck bed that was previously overlooked. You will be happy with this choice.|
|Really like the low profile deign where the cover is stored.|
|Excellent cover. Top quality construction. Delivery was timely .|
|This is my second JackRabbit tonneau cover that I have purchased. I love the idea that I can securely have cargo in my bed of my truck under lock and key and kept out the elements. Installation is really easy with the brackets and side rail hardware. took me about 45 mintues to install by myself. Aside from a few adjustments needed after a test drive, the tonnaeu cover met my expectations.|
|I chose this one since it did not require any drilling into the bed. Installation was straightforward, but had a problem getting the cover out of the canister and into the guides. It took a lot of muscle and adjusting. In hindsight, before bolting down the canister and the guides, it may have been easier if I had taken the cover out of the canister a bit. It seems like it was caught on something.|
At any rate, once it was installed, i've had no problems with it. It vibrates quite a bit at highway speeds, but it stays put and everything seems to be okay. I recommend periodically checking the clamps to make sure they remain tight (or use thread lock).
|Love the product. |
Instialtion for one person is a little difficult,
A video showing how to install would be fantastic written instructions leave something to be desired..