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Old 04-26-2011, 11:59 AM
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It looks like a retractable mesh net that attaches to the rear seat backs and the hardpoints in the headliner. Will it fit an '11? I'm thinking of this instead of my crate for Mr. Dog. I have a 36"x24"x26" crate on a foam wedge strapped to the tie down in the floor (have to use the wedge because the seats don't fold flat) and with the weight of the dog it moves around a little too much.

Or, has anybody come up with a better way of securing a dog crate? TIA
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Old 04-26-2011, 12:34 PM
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I have one in my Cayenne and we use it whenever the dogs are in the back. It works great.
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Old 04-26-2011, 12:51 PM
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I have one but I never use it for my dog since he prefers the back seat
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I have a crate that fits very precisely into the rear; absolutely no wiggle room. However, she also prefers the back seat...
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I have one but have a very small dog. I actually am looking for the cargo luggage cover. So if I get the cover I might be having one available
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Originally Posted by francars View Post
I have one but have a very small dog. I actually am looking for the cargo luggage cover. So if I get the cover I might be having one available

You know the cargo cover mounts just behind the net so you can keep both.
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Originally Posted by Marc Gelefsky View Post
You know the cargo cover mounts just behind the net so you can keep both.
Oh really? good to know... I guess I am keeping both...

Thanks !
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Old 04-26-2011, 07:07 PM
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i want one for 11' but its like 300$ or more.. insane.
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Old 04-26-2011, 11:13 PM
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Originally Posted by francars View Post
Oh really? good to know... I guess I am keeping both...

Thanks !
Happy to help!
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Old 04-27-2011, 09:32 PM
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they are always for sale on ebay.
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Old 04-28-2011, 09:38 AM
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I have one and just took a trip to Florida with the family and 3 schnauzers. Worked great for the dogs. Couple of doggie beds to line the back and they were happy as clams for all 1100 miles
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Default How does the net work when the seats are lowered?

The description for the cargo net partition states that the cassette installs on the rear seat backrest. The pull out net attaches to the roof lining and it can also be used when the rear seats are folded.

Can you explain how this works? If the cassette stays attached to the backrest when the seats are lowered then does the net extend even further to maintain a barrier?
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2 small dogs in medium sized crates, secured by web straps to seat belt loops. Over 3500 km, never a spilled dog. Happily sniffing their way across Canada with nary a care.
Cargo net won't hold back a dog, only the cargo bars.
In an accident, the weight of the dogs will likely over stress a net.
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Originally Posted by irishman2 View Post
The description for the cargo net partition states that the cassette installs on the rear seat backrest. The pull out net attaches to the roof lining and it can also be used when the rear seats are folded.

Can you explain how this works? If the cassette stays attached to the backrest when the seats are lowered then does the net extend even further to maintain a barrier?
**Addendum - this post is wrong, see page 2 for definitive answer**

The simple answer is, no.

The cassette attaches to the cargo area, above the cargo cover. The cargo cover attaches to the back of the seats. With the seats down the net would still only cover the top half, so it wouldn't work as a barrier for dogs.

Although you can use both at the same time, if you have a large dog, the cargo cover sticks out into the cargo area and reduces the useable space a bit. Since I have 2 large dogs, I remove the cargo cover when they are in the back.

Also, when you use the net, you can also still use the alarm, as the net prevents them from triggering the motion sensor.

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So that is how it works...
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