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LEER truck caps, also called truck toppers and camper shells, are constructed of strong, resilient fiberglass or tough non-corrosive aluminum. Most are the same height as the truck cab; some models are somewhat taller. Most can accommodate a roof rack, adding to their cargo-carrying capacity. Fiberglass caps are painted using formulas that match those originally used by the truck manufacturer, and preferred by residential customers. Aluminum caps are preferred by contractors, service technicians, and others working in rugged environments.

Tonneau covers (tonnos, lids and cargo covers) retain the characteristic profile of pickup trucks, covering and securing the truck bed at the top of the cargo box. LEER tonneau covers are made of fiberglass and provide attractive, secure storage, transportation and security, turning the truck bed into a huge lockable “trunk,” enhancing the finished look of the vehicle, and improving gas mileage by reducing aerodynamic drag.

Truck Caps

LEER truck caps create a huge lockable space for all the cargo you want to carry, protected from the sun, rain and snow – and theft – so your truck can work and play as hard as you do.

Tonneau Covers

A LEER tonneau cover turns your truck bed into a handy, lockable, weather-safe space for everything from groceries to toolboxes – the aerodynamic shape saves gas, too!

Commercial Caps

Is your truck a key part of your business? LEER’s tough, versatile aluminum and fiberglass commercial caps have the strength, features and security you need on the job.

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2016 GMC CANYON crew 5ft with a Leer model #180 cap. All the way from New Mexico. ...

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Beautiful 100r. Came all the way from Montana. ...

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2016 frontier crew 5ft bed with a Leer 20-25 wedge aluminum cap with side doors and a DCC alum rack. ...

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LEER 180 cap on 17 f150 crew 6.6 bed with side doors. Built for Penn State. ...

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LEER 100XQ on new f150 15+ body with aeroblade and keyless entry. Yep that says Alaska. ...

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