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Anyone with Cargo Net for back seat.. or better yet, one for back seat and one for back of cargo area:
I have a net for back of cargo area and I just got 2 side nets. Each one comes with 2 plug thingies that attach to side panels. Thing is, I aready have 1 of those attached on each side, because it looks like rear net shares those plugs with side nets (is that right??).
So, this leaves me with 2 extra plugs. My questions is, does the back seat net use 2 more plugs at the top right by the seats?? And would I be able to sway rear area cargo net in place of rear seat net, or are they too different??
Can someone snap a pic for me (or point me to one online) of where the plugs/hooks for back seat net are?
Thanks!!!
 

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On mine, the rear "plug" in installed in the upper plastic trim piece directly in line with the lower cargo hook below, and the front one is installed just about 1 1/2-2" forward of the corresponding floor hook (again it is installed in the upper trim piece). If you can't visualize this from my description let me know and I'll see if I can measure or take a pic.
 
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