Aerodynamic LSII Series Fiberglass Tonneau Cover for 2015 Ford F-150

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The aerodynamic, custom-fitted LSII Series fiberglass tonneau cover from truck cap and tonneau cover manufacturer A.R.E. Accessories is now available for the new 2015 Ford F-150.

A.R.E.'s LSII Series is designed to be a lightweight and durable worktop complement to the new F-150's fuel-efficient aluminum body, contributing additional gas mileage savings by creating a more streamlined airflow compared to an open truck bed.

With a sleek, clean appearance, an OEM-quality lock and latch system and an exclusive lift assist system for easy opening and closing, the LSII adds functional style to the F-150. Equipped with a painted palm-grip handle, the cover is easy to open and close and creates a secure, weatherproof storage area in the truck bed. A key lock is standard, and optional equipment includes a battery-operated dome light, sport wing and remote keyless entry system. The LSII fiberglass tonneau and its painted finish are backed by a limited lifetime warranty from A.R.E. for the life of the original pickup truck it is installed on.

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