I have always used the pace edwards electric cover. That way it is out of the way when you need it to be. I am definitely putting a spray in bed liner in mine. I will also be tinting the windows, and the Ford Racing light bar with 4 7" HID lights.I am wondering what my best option is? Topper Tonno cover or what? Would like to get a topper ASAP but keep it off most of the time.
Bed liner or spray on liner?
Anything else come to mind?
Maybe he's talking about a sacrificial alloy that offers cathodic protection. Those have been used on ships since the 1800's to prevent corrosion. Basically it's a piece of metal like zinc that creates a galvanic couple with the steel and prevents the steel from corroding. But I'm pretty sure that's pointless when you have a 12V system grounded to the frame. The only time it would offer protection to your vechicle is if the battery is unhooked. That's probably why they aren't commonplace on cars.Just ordered my Blue flame and dealer mentioned a wired rust protector that reverses metal polarity therefore decreasing chance of rust starting. My question is Scam or good thing. I'm also checking out spray vs drop in and look forward to all of your comments. Had drop in in my '04 Lariat s/c and soft tonneau cover both were adequate