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Who REALLY manufactured the factory OEM 2019 "CS7" Soft Tri-Fold Tonneau Cover for the 5th Gen Limited 5'7" with RAMBOX

bigjake77

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I'm looking to add a no-drill BACKRACK and retain my Tonneau cover but I need to know the no kidding actual manufacturer (IE: NOT OEM or MOPAR or RAM or FCA or STELLANTIS) of the factory supplied OEM/MOPAR 2019 "CS7" Soft Tri-Fold Tonneau Cover for the 5th Gen 1500 Limited 5'7" bed with RAMBOX. Can anyone answer this? I don't see any hints anywhere on the Tonneau Cover itself. BACKRACK is no help either.

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Jake, I can try and find the answer for you but I was wondering if you noticed the gap between the top of the fender and the tailgate so that when the Tonneau goes on, there are still gaps at the sides.
 

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I’ve noticed gaps at the tailgate for sure. Every car wash, driving in the rain etc…things get…it’s not a the most weather tight tonneau I’ve ever had. The sides marry up to its own cargo management rail that came with the RAMBOX so they seem to be bit better. I think I mentioned this was the soft tri-fold right?
 

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Jake, I can try and find the answer for you but I was wondering if you noticed the gap between the top of the fender and the tailgate so that when the Tonneau goes on, there are still gaps at the sides.
I’ve also noticed the bed rails with RAMBOX and the natural tailgate fitment by themselves leave a lot of vertical and especially horizontal unsealed air gaps that any tonneau would struggle to seal. Additionally the bolt on tonneau cargo management rails on the sides also create a groove that will channel water into the bed.
 

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