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New & Improved Roll-N-Lock Box
February 2nd, 2015
It’s not just our truck bed covers that are downright tough. The new and improved Roll-N-Lock box has been subjected to extensive torture-testing to ensure that it’s up to the task of safely and securely carrying your product. With a reduced height and increased width, this new package creates a
2015 F150 with Roll N Lock
2015 F150 Products are Here
December 22nd, 2014
The long awaited 2015 F150 is finally here and Roll-N-Lock is pleased to announce the release of its M-Series, A-Series, and Cargo Manager for this great new truck. Product will begin shipping soon, so place your order today! Click here to learn more about the collection of truck bed covers
Roll-N-Lock A-Series
Introducing the New, All-Aluminum Roll...
November 4th, 2014
Built with the same rugged durability as the well-known M-Series, this ground-breaking new product includes a long list of innovative design features that only Roll-N-Lock can provide. The unique, powder-coated aluminum cover body of the A-Series is bound together by a patent pending hinge technology that delivers a nearly impenetrable
Chevy Colorado and GMC Canyon get a Roll-N-Lock M-Series
Roll-N-Lock Introduces M-Series for 20...
October 21st, 2014
With the newly redesigned Chevrolet Colorado and GMC Canyon flying off dealer lots, Roll-N-Lock is pleased to announce the release of its Colorado and Canyon compatible M-Series retractable truck bed cover. Seamless integration of the M-Series and Colorado adds a whole new level of security and functionality to this lifestyle-oriented truck. Secure
A new Roll-N-Lock product is here!
New Product Launch Scheduled for SEMA ...
October 16th, 2014
After sustaining themselves on caffeine and junk food for the past six months, we’ve finally released the Roll-N-Lock mad scientists from their secret lair and it appears they’ve emerged with quite the masterpiece. A brand new Roll-N-Lock tonneau cover is here! Tune in November 4th and find out what we
Chevrolet Colorado pickup truck
Chevrolet Sculpts Colorado Out of Sand
September 2nd, 2014
Beach-goers got a surprise this Labor Day weekend as Chevrolet showed off its all-new 2015 Colorado… sculpted entirely from sand. That’s right, Chevrolet joined the 2015 U.S. Sand Sculpting Championships in San Diego, California to highlight the newly redesigned midsized pickup truck and its long list of features designed to
Dodge Ram Steel Body - Roll N Lock Truck Covers
Ram Pickup Trucks Stick with Steel
August 25th, 2014
According to a recent Reuters report, Chrysler Group (owned by Fiat) will not follow its rivals in replacing steel body panels with aluminum when redesigning the Ram 1500 in 2017. Engine, transmission, and truck bed cover upgrades have been the primary focus of Ram’s fuel economy improvement efforts in years past and based upon recent
Silverado Rally Edition Pickup Truck - Roll N Lock
Rally for the Silverado
August 21st, 2014
Starting this September Chevy will spice up the top-selling Silverado with two all-new special edition vehicles called the Rally 1 and Rally 2. The Rally 2 Edition package for the 2015 Silverado LT pickups will feature a body-colored grille with a black bowtie, 22 inch black alloy wheels, black tubular side steps, black mirror
Come visit Roll N Lock at the 2014 SEMA Show and see the latest in retractable truck bed cover technology
Visit Roll-N-Lock at SEMA 2014
August 6th, 2014
Get ready folks, the 2014 SEMA Show is just 3 months away! Join us at booth # 34089 and see for yourself why Roll-N-Lock® is the world’s leading manufacturer of retractable tonneau covers and cargo management devices. The full line of Roll-N-Lock truck bed covers will be on display… along with
Ford releases pricing for 2015 F150
Ford Announces Pricing for 2015 F150
August 4th, 2014
The 2015 Ford F150 will soon be rolling off the lines of Ford’s sprawling Dearborn, MI assembly plant. With its revolutionary, but more costly all-aluminum body and truck bed, it has been widely anticipated that Ford would be forced to increase prices to account for the higher production costs… Or at least,