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Pace Edwards Tonneau Covers - JackRabbit with Explorer Series Rails
Pace Edwards JackRabbit with Explorer Series Rails for Trucks features:

  • Hard tonneau cover retacts out of the way into canister at the front of the truck bed.
  • Weather-resistant padded polymer laminated to rigid aluminum panels that glide along black powder-coated side rails.
  • Heavy-duty spring helps the tonneau cover retract smoothly and easily.
  • Built-in pull strap engages the latch at 12"" intervals on short and long-bed models.
  • Advanced low profile Independent latch and lock handle system off set to driver side.
  • No-drill, clamp-in design (in most applications) for quick and drill-free installation.
  • Full length handle and over the tailgate seal enhance the cover design
  • Fits over 5th wheel trailer hitches
  • JackRabbit Canister and Rails are required for complete set
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    How does the JackRabbit work?

    The JackRabbit cover slides along rails mounted to the sides of the truck bed into a canister at the front of the truck bed. The JackRabbit blanket rolls around a reel inside the canister with the help of a coil spring which maintains tension on the cover at all times making it easy to open. The canister measures 9.75” wide by 11” high.

    What is the JackRabbit blanket made of?

    The JackRabbit blanket consists of interlocking aluminum panels bonded to a polymer composite material. This special blend of textured polymer material will provide a long life while maintaining flexibility at sub-freezing temperatures.

    WThe JackRabbit is designed so that water collected on the top is carried to the canister. Drain tubes located at the base of the canister then take the water outside the truck, to help keep your truck bed dry. Water cannot pass through the one-piece polymer top, however water may intrude into the bed via components that are not part of the JackRabbit such as the tailgate, stake pockets, etc. These components require proper sealing during installation. We do not claim that our covers are 100% waterproof and have never heard of a competitors cover that is either. Be very cautious if a manufacturer says that their retractable cover is 100% waterproof.

    Snow should be swept off of the cover with a broom before operating the cover otherwise you will end up with the snow in the truck bed. Ice can be removed by taking your hand and smacking the cover as close to the middle as possible this will cause a vibration in the cover that breaks up the ice making it easy to remove. Do not use anything but your hand for this.