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View Poll Results: Where is your cargo net right now ?
Cargo net is always set up 35 29.91%
Cargo net is setup for use and removed after 19 16.24%
Cargo net is never used 63 53.85%
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post #76 of 80 Old 10-07-2014, 07:03 AM
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Now that I have two layers of protective carpets in the trunk, (36" wide brown vinyl backed runner carpet) one cut to fit the cargo floor and the other one sitting on top (54" long to protect the seat backs when folded), I'm not using the cargo organizer anymore! Too much trouble to push or pull them out of the way so I "recycled" a double hammock type cargo net from a previous car and it works just fine, yeah! I only have booster cables under the cargo floor which I've used only a couple of time in the past decades and all the rest of my stuff is stored tightly in the side bins and inside the cabin.

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It's one of three accessories (when I picked her up and since then never took it down.
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When cargo nets were first introduced, I thought they were a stupid accessory. Then I bought a Volvo with one, didn't use it for a while, but after trying it one time on a grocery run, I became a firm believer. Yes, they are a little bit of a hassle at times, but a lot less than having to clean up after spilling a gallon of milk when you stopped or cornered a little too aggressively. Haven't had a vehicle without one since the early 90's, and use them all the time.

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Cargo nets are OK but I prefer those shopping bag hooks which can be found in the Acura. Simple on/off, keeps the bags upright and in place, and not noticeable when not in use. Much better/useful than any cargo net or cargo storage device that I've used in the past.

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