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  1. I have two extra pickup truck covers that were in the attic. The first one is rather basic, and I'll give it away. Non-lined. Basic pick-up truck cover. I think I had this one for a 2010 GMC 1504X4, but I imagine it would work for any full size (1500) pick up. Good for those who fish the Everglades National Park at Flamingo marina to keep the buzzards from eating all the rubber and plastic on your truck. The second one, is also like new. Cover Rite bond tech pick-up truck cover. 100% polypropylene. Fits full-sized trucks up to 238". Non-abrasive inside, heavy-duty, single fabric. Protects from dirt and dust, direct sunlight, tree sap, buzzards (for those of you who fish Flamingo, you'll know what I mean!), and more. Material is water resistant, breathable. It has elastic hems to ensure a snug fit and has reinforced grommets for tight tie downs. Pictures show the cover on a 2015 Ram 1500.
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