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I found what I think is a pretty good deal on a fiberglass topper for my '01 DCab. It's a "Century Ultra", it's white like my truck and they say it's in excellent shape. They are asking $495 for it. They go for $995 new.

What do you guys know about Century truck toppers? Good? Bad? Indifferent? I know ARE is the best, but as usual... I need reasonably priced.

Any advice and/or experience is appreciated folks!! Thanks!

Jody.
 

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I have had one for 4 years on my 2000 regular cab and had no problems.
No leaks, no structural cracking etc....I regularly load up a roof rack on it with kayaks as well. I see some people bad mouthing them but I have not figured out why.

/John
 

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Got a pic?

How is yours mounted to the truck? Clamps?

I have Rhino Liner over the rails, do you think this will adversely affect the mounting?

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Jeeze!!! Screw the pic, come over and show it to me!!! I forgot you are here in Edmond!!

Need more coffee.... :rolleyes:
 

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Yes it is held in place by six clamps. They don't seem to loosen up much although I check them every six months or so since I load stuff on the roof. I don't think the liner will matter much. I used some foam tape to protect the bed rails when mounting mine. I think that may help the seal and prevent leakage. I think the truck accessory store over on 15th just off broadway is a dealer for them. I had to buy a lock replacement and they had it in stock.

/John
 
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