Soft roll-up tonneau covers offer a lot of bang for the buck. They provide excellent water resistance, full bed access when open, and easy operation for anyone. Three of our most popular soft roll-up truck bed covers are the Gator SR1, Gator SRX, and Gator SR2. Despite their similar names, there are some notable differences between these covers. In this article, we explain the differences between these three tonneau covers so you can choose the best one for your truck.
SR1: Dual Latches
Release the latch on both sides of your bed to open the tonneau cover.
SRX: Single Trigger Latch
Release the driver side trigger latch to open the cover.
SR2: Single Trigger Latch
A single trigger latch is used to open the tonneau cover.
SR1: Standard Profile
The SR1 has a standard profile of 1.5 inches.
SRX: Low Profile
The cover sits 3/4 of an inch above the bed.
SR2: Standard Profile
The tonneau cover sits 1.5 inches above the bed rails.
SR1: Spring Tension
The tension springs are attached to the latches.
SRX: Tension Block
Move the tension block forward or backward to release or increase tension.
SR2: Thumbscrew Adjustment
A thumbscrew adjuster gives you full control over the cover's tension level.
SR1: Top-Mounted Clamps
The clamps are very easy to install, but they intrude into the bed about 3/4 of an inch.
SRX: Standard Clamps
The clamps that hold the rails in place are small and low profile.
SR2: Gatorbite Clamps
The SR2's Gatorbite clamps are easy to install and provide superior clamping force.
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