The first time I heard about the Dukes Ram Truck bed cover was on the news, when I saw it at the Dodge dealership.

It was a little more than a year ago, but I had already seen it in person.

It’s a great piece of kit that provides a great level of protection to your truck bed, but there’s also a ton of other great features, too.

Dodge has finally released the Duke Ram Truck’s bed cover, which comes with a set of interchangeable covers, to match your vehicle’s interior.

The cover features a single, integrated, dual-layer design that can be used to protect your truck from scratches and bumps, dust, and even dirt.

It also features a built-in dust shield, a removable dust bag, and a removable lid, which can be sealed by pressing down on the cover to open it up.

The dust shield is the only part of the cover that comes with its own adhesive.

You can also customize the dust shield for any number of other options, from tinted white, to a dark brown, to even black.

To get a better idea of the material and feel of the covers, we got to the dealership and did a little testing.

The covers are made of foam-like material that feels surprisingly durable and flexible, but also feels a bit flimsy at first.

We used the cover as a backing for our Dukes truck bed for a couple of hours, and it felt good in the hand.

I like the fact that it doesn’t stick to the truck bed and just slides off easily.

The design and feel is nice, and I’m excited to see how it holds up over time.

When you first start using it, the covers feel very good.

It feels a little like a regular foam mattress, but it feels like it can handle a bit of abuse without creaking.

Once you get used to it, however, the material begins to feel a little flimsy.

It doesn’t feel as sturdy as the Ram bed cover from last year, and once you get tired of playing with it a lot, you can wear it out pretty quickly.

I ended up wearing it for three hours on a day trip to a family friend’s house in the middle of nowhere.

It took me about 30 minutes to get used with it, and while I still love it, I think I would recommend keeping it on the shelf for another few days to let it rest and get used.