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corsair23 03-03-2008 03:03 PM


Originally Posted by Bighead (Post 64429)
Jeff, the next time you e-mail him could you see if he can send some install instructions for the vertical net or some pics of the attachment points? I'm curious as to how the anchor points are attached to the vehicle.


Will do. From what I can tell so far typical installation is to use existing points in a vehicle to tie to (i.e. grab handles, tie down points, etc.) with the provided straps. For folks that don't have existing attachment points they sell the "footman loops" that are secured to your vehicle however you see fit (they don't provide the hardware).

Uncle Ben 04-08-2008 06:03 PM

So Sir Jeff....any news on these?

corsair23 04-09-2008 02:01 AM


Originally Posted by Uncle Ben (Post 69489)
So Sir Jeff....any news on these?

Yes, and no. He sent me back the measurements for the net he thought would work and then I sort of got derailed on other stuff :doh:

I'll dig out the emails and post up what the measurements are that I took and what he has available off the shelf and you can let me know what you think. The biggest issue I see if securing the net at about mid-point level. The top I "think" could attach to the grab handles and the bottom could attach to the tie down loops. The middle section :confused:. Not sure how great the grab handles and tie down loops are though for securing a cargo net...

Uncle Ben 04-09-2008 08:43 AM

I like the idea of the "nets" as opposed to the wire barriers! I want to be able to move them forward for when I have the second row out or folded forward and utilizing more storage space. Also I really do not want the barrier up all the time when not needed.
So get on it "slacker!" You act like you have a family and a life or something! :rolleyes: ;) :cool:

RockRunner 04-09-2008 08:53 AM

I saw some on a J**P site that may work for me at least. Not sure if they would be wide enough for a LC. I plan on using one to separate the the cargo section from the rest of the truck for the dogs. I am also looking into one that would separate the passenger section from the front area, dogs would be in the back seat area. Those two nets would be the same and then two window sections from Rubicon Unlimited to cover the side window areas from the B pillar as far back as they go.

I have the link at home and will post it here tonight so you guys can take a look at it. Price is not to bad.

Uncle Ben 04-09-2008 09:47 AM

I just Googled around a tad, will do more later today but Milford make a net also. Maybe Christo can help since he is one of two distributors listed in the US.


RockRunner 04-09-2008 11:57 AM

Looks great for the 80/100 series but in my 4Runner with the soft top it will not work. I am thinking about going with the racing nets and custom mounts.

nakman 05-27-2008 11:55 AM

Has anything happened here? I am looking for some new solutions, now that I'll be taking a hound dog on the Rubithon. I found a site that does custom size nylon netting http://www.usnetting.com/HTML/cargoWEBgr.html for 16.25/ft² on a 6" web spacing. You pick the color and web width...

I'm thinking a 48"x24" piece is really all I need, to go above the drawers and stretch across behing the 2nd row seats. They have a $100 minimum, but that shouldn't be too hard to overcome. Anyone else interested?

Jeff, anything ever happen with the stuff above?

Shark Bait 05-27-2008 12:06 PM

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I got these from Off Road Concepts. Jeff had put a link in above. The net doesn't completely cover my cargo area front to back, but it's pretty good. Side to side is good coverage. It's pretty easy to use.

nakman 05-27-2008 12:21 PM

Thanks, Chris, that red one in back is probably just what I need.. do you know which part that is on their site? http://www.offroadconcepts.net/

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