The Pace Edwards Full Metal Jack Rabbit Makes the Pace

By: Tim Saunier

Since 1995 I have been searching for a way to combine style and safety concerning the selection of the Tonneau Cover. I know it is a long time but you can't imagine how creative people can be, when they have a goal. I started creating Tonneau Covers by myself. The first one was made of the skin of a snake but after a few drives the disadvantages were clear. Beside the fact that the cover went bust because of the speed and resulting aerodynamic resistance, I had a lot of problems with an organization called Green Peace, which did not like the way treating the sneak skin. Even after I told them that the snake was already dead when I used its leather, they could not accept my way of recycling. So I decided to use just materials that never had the job of covering an animal. I used plastics, rubber material and a few others but nothing worked. Either the stuff went bust or it looked awful. As I mentioned, I want to combine functionality and design, but mainly the last aspect should not be neglected.

Although these experiences underlined my creativeness, they verify my disability to find a solution for this tricky problem.

After doing a lot of research in order to find the best Tonneau Cover, I discovered the Pace Edwards Full Metal Jack Rabbit Tonneau Cover one week ago. And although the word rabbit is part of the title, this product is not comparable with my past animal experiments. In order to underline the attributes of this one, I want to list a few descriptions of the Tonneau Cover I found during my research. First of all, the Full Metal JackRabbit's ingenious retractable tonneau cover design ensures a cleaner, sleeker look than traditional roll-up tonneaus. I did not mention till now, but roll-up tonneaus are, by far, my least favorites. I hate their design, so one important factor regarding my tonneau cover sale is that I refuse to buy a roll-up. The next benefit of the Pace Edwards Cover can be expressed with the following buzz phrase-Saves you at the pump! The Jack Rabbit Cover eliminates wind drag against your tailgate for a jump in fuel economy. And I think this is one of the important basics for a good and functional tonneau cover. But that is not all: The Innovative "Latch 'n Lok" system lets you bolt the Pace Edwards Tonneau Cover at the tailgate and every 12 inches along the rail.

I hope you did not have the impression of listening to a commercial but I like this product so much that I don't want to neglect any of its great attributes. But my conviction is based not only on my research information but also on my real experience. I purchased the Pace Edwards Tonneau Cover last week and no word of the description is exaggerated. Seriously! So listen to my advice and explore the benefits. Or try the snake leather, but remember Green Piece is watching you!

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