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Old 01-02-2012, 04:06 PM   #31
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You know they do.
Shouldn't take long before Quadratech and 4Wheel Drive hardware stock them.
Oh nice! Then we can see the shipping charge rotated around to the front side! (Easier to total up that way!)

-and the chrome version!
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Old 01-15-2012, 12:06 PM   #32
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Installed mine today. The net I have is too large. Sure would like a line on the net in the original post.

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Old 01-15-2012, 12:25 PM   #33
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Found this one. I will let you know how it works.

Highland 3 Pocket Storage Net - CargoGear Car and Truck Accessories
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Old 01-16-2012, 02:40 PM   #34
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WOW! I just received an email from the Chrysler dealer I ordered the cargo loops from. It said my order just shipped! I got my order a week ago. Hmmmm, someone slipped up. If my credit card was charged a second time I will despute the charge.

If the second order still comes in and the dealer wants it back it will cost him $15 for the shipping and handling for me to send it back!
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Old 01-16-2012, 03:08 PM   #35
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Give em hell, Texas!
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Old 01-16-2012, 03:41 PM   #36
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Give em hell, Texas!
$15 for shipping $13 worth of tie downs? Get real............

Paybacks are HELL!
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Old 01-18-2012, 12:18 AM   #37
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Dealer in Alberta wants almost $5 each....they get ya coming or going either through shipping or higher unit costs LOL. But still think its worth it.
Couple of online links for something similar but a little cheaper (although shipping to Canada is always expensive):
Stainless Steel D-Ring w/Clip
http://www.ebay.com/itm/230585706158?item=230585706158&viewitem=&sspagenam e=ADME:X:RTQ:MOTORS:1123&vxp=mtr#shId
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Old 01-18-2012, 07:19 AM   #38
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Dealer in Alberta wants almost $5 each....they get ya coming or going either through shipping or higher unit costs LOL. But still think its worth it.
Couple of online links for something similar but a little cheaper (although shipping to Canada is always expensive):
Stainless Steel D-Ring w/Clip
http://www.ebay.com/itm/230585706158...3&vxp=mtr#shId
I like the stainless part. Would not have paid $60 + shipping for the difference.
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One could always go scavenging in a u-pull-it parts yard for 'em too.

They are probably used on a number of vehicles, and hey...recycling!
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Wow, cool idea!

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One could always go scavenging in a u-pull-it parts yard for 'em too.

They are probably used on a number of vehicles, and hey...recycling!

+1, my old XJ has four! Might have to "re-purpose" them!
(shhh, dont tell the xj)
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When I got my 2012 JKU I was looking for a floor cargo net to attach to the existing tie downs on the floor of the cargo area. When I started looking, I could not find anything that was the right size. What I ultimately did was, I got the Jeep Compass/Patriot Cargo Net which includes 2 Nets: 1) Envelope Net, provides a pocket to hold cargo, and 2) a separate floor net that attaches to the cargo tie downs. Mopar part number 82210538. The kit runs about 25.00 and I was able to pick up at my local dealer.

The floor net fits great and I use it all the time but I had no use for the envelope or “V” net because there was no place to mount it. Thanks for your post now I can put the envelope net to use.
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Wife saw this, now I have to do it when our Jeep gets here. Thanks.
Now to lock her out of the computer before she finds the DIY network website.
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Old 01-25-2012, 05:13 PM   #43
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You don't have a network?
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Old 01-28-2012, 05:15 PM   #44
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Thanks to jsb432. I ordered the tie downs from the local Jeep dealer, picked up a couple small carabineers and I am now able to use the envelope net that came from the Jeep Compass/Patriot Cargo Net set.

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Sorry for the thread resurrection here guys...

The Patriot net set looks useful for smaller items, but has anyone found a net that will work across the entire cargo space, from rail to rail (attached to the added on tie-down rings of course)? I want something that will assist in keeping larger stuff back there while on rough terrain.

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Old 04-12-2012, 08:21 PM   #46
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I am glad you brought it back up. I still think the OP's idea is one of the best inexpensive mod's I have done!
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Old 05-23-2012, 12:49 PM   #47
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I just ordered 8 from Mopar dot com and selected a local dealer. Shipping was free.

Edit: Confirmation email mentioned scheduling pick-up once they arrive. No problem there as it's right by my office.
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Yep - new mopar estore allows dealer pickup. Sweet. Just ordered 6 for me!
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I just signed up to find out exactly what cargo hammock that is - make, model, where to buy?

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Don't know if I've seen something like this before (and didn't find it after a search), so I thought I'd post a quick note on a cheap mod I just did. For less than $20, you can get a cargo net/hammock with dividers that holds items in the rear cargo area (I had one sitting on a shelf from an SUV I had years ago). I moved 4 of the cargo tie-downs from the floor of the cargo area up to the hardtop bolts, then used carabiners to hook on the cargo hammock.

Plan to get 6 of the cargo tie-town loops from the dealer (around $2-3 each) and replace the ones I moved, plus add 2 to the rear most hardtop bolts, so the hammock can be moved farther to the rear if my wife needs it closer to the swing gate.

Takes about 5 seconds to undo the 4 biners and remove the net and get it out of the way, and the tie-down loops flip up and back, then sit flush on the hardtop. Don't think there could/would be enough pulling stress to cause any problems with the hardtop/bolts, but I'll keep an eye on them.

Thanks to everyone else that has posted so many helpful tips/mods/etc. - I've gotten a lot from this forum. Hope somebody finds this useful.
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I just signed up to find out exactly what cargo hammock that is - make, model, where to buy?

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WB, I found something similar on Amazon. It's called
Highland 95013 Black Three-Pocket Storage Net
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WB, I found something similar on Amazon. It's called
Highland 95013 Black Three-Pocket Storage Net
Also sold at WalMart. BTW, they come with stick on mounts.
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Thanks Alpha One Four for bumping this up. Great mod anyone can use and afford......
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I went with a cargo net/basket from Amazon and used some caribiners and the supplied coat hanger straps in my Rubi to create a usuable net/divider.

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$2.61 per item, $10 shipping here:

Dodge 55361485AA BRACKET-CARGO TIE DOWN

Thanks for the post, gonna pull the trigger on this.
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My cargo tie downs didn't come with the torx bolts. Where are y'all finding them? Dealer wanted $7 a pop.
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For those that are still looking for an alternative to the factory loops I used these. It lets you use the factory bolts so you don't have to buy new ones. Ordered them from Amazon. $2.99 each. Here is the link.
Amazon.com: Climb Tech Stainless Steel Bolt Hanger: Sports & Outdoors
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For those that are still looking for an alternative to the factory loops I used these. It lets you use the factory bolts so you don't have to buy new ones. Ordered them from Amazon. $2.99 each. Here is the link. Amazon.com: Climb Tech Stainless Steel Bolt Hanger: Sports & Outdoors
I have the same ones. They fit great and do the job well! I think they should be on the short list for first mods!
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I have the same ones. They fit great and do the job well! I think they should be on the short list for first mods!
They do work good and I like them because they add a little extra footprint to the area for the top. I also like them because one does not have to buy new bolts. As you said this should be on the short list for first mods!

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