The 10 Best Tonneau Covers For The F-250

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This wiki has been updated 5 times since it was first published in January of 2019. Whether you are trying to improve your gas mileage or just want to keep your cargo dry and out of sight, one of these F-250 tonneau covers can help. Hard models are great because they allow you to leave expensive equipment in your bed with less fear of theft, while soft covers are easier on the wallet. Most of the options on our list allow for a quick, tool-free installation, too. When users buy our independently chosen editorial selections, we may earn commissions to help fund the Wiki. Skip to the best tonneau covers for the f-250 on Amazon.

10. UnderCover Flex FX21021

9. Extang Solid Fold 2.0

8. Gator ETX 53311

7. TruXedo TruXport Roll-Up

6. Tonno Pro HF-353

5. BakFlip Flip MX4

4. Roll-N-Lock LG107M

3. Bak Revolver X4

2. Tyger Auto T3

1. RetraxPro XR

Editor's Notes

February 24, 2019:

F-250 tonneau covers come in a variety of styles to suit a range of budgets. If you often keep expensive gear in your bed overnight, or even while parked in busy locations, then your best bet is to get a hard cover, as these are much more difficult to break into. The RetraxPro XR, Bak Revolver X4, Roll-N-Lock LG107M, BakFlip Flip MX4, Tonno Pro HF-353, Extang Solid Fold 2.0, and UnderCover Flex FX21021 should all keep your equipment relatively safe. The RetraxPro XR has the added benefit of being compatible with the Trax Rail system, allowing you to increase your hauling capacity. Soft models like the Tyger Auto T3, TruXedo TruXport Roll-Up, and Gator ETX 53311 are more affordable, making them suitable for people on a tight budget who just want to keep their cargo dry when on the road. They also act as a visual theft deterrent, or as some say "to keep honest people honest" because they keep everything safely hidden out of sight. If you think you may often need to load stuff onto the top of the cover, consider the BakFlip Flip MX4, Tonno Pro HF-353 and Extang Solid Fold 2.0, as they are all rated to support a couple of hundred pounds of evenly-distributed weight.


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Last updated on February 27, 2019 by Brett Dvoretz

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