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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 11-28-2011, 04:59 PM Thread Starter
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cargo nets for 2012 OB

hope everyone had a good tgiving. i cant wait for it to snow to test out the OB. so i didnt get cargo nets when i got my 2012 OB and now im looking for a place to get them. do yall suggest getting them from the dealer or just getting them online? i found a place that has the 2 side nets, rear net and rear seat net for about 100 shipped. is that a good price?

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hope everyone had a good tgiving. i cant wait for it to snow to test out the OB. so i didnt get cargo nets when i got my 2012 OB and now im looking for a place to get them. do yall suggest getting them from the dealer or just getting them online? i found a place that has the 2 side nets, rear net and rear seat net for about 100 shipped. is that a good price?

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I would take the online price to your dealer and ask if they will match it. Remember to calculate the shipping charges the online retailer will charge. You'll be saving that money when you buy local and getting instant gratification.
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I fond what seems to be an identical cargo net at Autozone for $13.00. The anchors are stick-on rather than screw-on, but I'm going to find some mollies or toggle bolts to fix them more securely.
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I got the side cargo nets and the rear seat back cargo nets from here and they went it easy and are the exact same (OEM) as the one rear cargo net that came with her. I also got some other accessories from there and the prices are very competitive.
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that's the site i was looking at..thanks for all the advice! i'll try the dealer first because they were so nice, i feel like i should give them a chance to get my business.

believe it or not, they ordered my car and did all the plates/registration without taking a penny of deposit from me!! totally new car buying experience for me...
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The nets are hooked on the bottoms, and a elastic loop on tops. Side nets use two top loops, and come with four "loop knobs", to install. Once the four knobs are installed, they are the same for the other nets. (well sure on the sides and rear) The rear net comes with two "loop knobs". Guessing the back seat net is the same. Purchase the side nets, then any similiar big net, likely will use the same "loop knobs", to mount. Or purchase the rear net and backseat net, and buy other side net brand. When installing, do not press slow with drill for holes, it makes a mess. Apply pressure and let up before punching through; this goes through is almost a second, compared to about ten seconds drilling slowly and leaving a big mess of tiny plastic chips. Static cling on all the little chip pieces is tough to vaccum up too.
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