Originally Posted by Lostcause72
Shunka first thats a nice toy hauler. second how dry does that top keep your stuff in the bed/is it very effective with rain? Is it very difficult to put on by yourself or does it require two people?
Thanks. That's the only pic I could find with the soft topper on my truck.
My topper is an older style than what they have now I think. I was looking around their site and it looks like they have changed the design slightly so keep this in mind. Mine did let in a very little amount of water around the front corners because it seems to leave a small gap there. It has never been a lot I'd say a 3 or 4 measuring cups of water gets through on a typical socal rain, but the water does stay in the first foot of the front of the bed. Everywhere else stays very dry.
I used to sleep in the bed before we got the toy hauler and I would stuff a shop rag in each corner to keep the wind out over night.
My sister and her husband slept in the truck this March through one of the worst sand storms I've been in. I had to dig out a foot of sand from under the truck to get it low enough to hook up the trailer when we were leaving. They did have sand in the bed in the morning but it kept them confortable through it and there wasn't as much sand inside as I thought there would be, (it was one hell of a sand storm!)
It can be put on by youself easliy enough. I will say having a hand cuts the time in half. Still if you do it alone I would say 5 min if you have no clue what you are doing. Once you do it yourself once or twice it really is a matter of minutes.
Hope that helps. Anything else, just ask away!