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Old 05-22-2011, 06:57 AM   #1
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Arrow Cargo Net between seats?

I have 2 small dogs which hop from the back seat to the front. I would like a cargo net product that I could put between the seats. Does anyone know if this is available?

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Well, not really. My dogs would jump right through those holes and they stay (most of the time) on the back seat, not behind it. I'm thinking one of those smaller mesh deals like what is on the doors panels, that simply spreads across the gap between the front seats, maybe hooking on the headrests and the bottom of the seats.
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Well, not really. My dogs would jump right through those holes and they stay (most of the time) on the back seat, not behind it. I'm thinking one of those smaller mesh deals like what is on the doors panels, that simply spreads across the gap between the front seats, maybe hooking on the headrests and the bottom of the seats.
Doesn't sound like to hard of a project, I'd recommend grabbing some bungee cords and mesh from lowes or homedepotand riggin up yourself
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Safari Straps makes a good divider. Might try them. http://http://www.safaristraps.com/divider-nets
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Good site, but I think all of those are all too large. My dogs weigh around 10 pounds each.

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Safari Straps makes a good divider. Might try them. http://http://www.safaristraps.com/divider-nets
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Old 05-22-2011, 07:07 PM   #7
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Something like this maybe?
Dirtydog 4X4 Jeep Accessories - Pet Divder for Jeep Wrangler JK behind front seats

Although the openings may still be too big.
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Good site, but I think all of those are all too large. My dogs weigh around 10 pounds each.
10lbs? Are you sure they're dogs?
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10lbs? Are you sure they're dogs?
Hahaha! Don't get me wrong, I love dogs. In fact my main reason for buying the Rubi was for my dog
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Something like this maybe?
Dirtydog 4X4 Jeep Accessories - Pet Divder for Jeep Wrangler JK behind front seats

Although the openings may still be too big.
I have this for behind the rear seats in my JKU but I also have a 65lb pitbull so he isnt making it through the holes.
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just a thought-have you considered a wrap around jammer? Idk if it would work as designed but maybe? it does have a flap in the center that would close with velcro and would allow you to let them up front when you wanted. Would need to get the one for a JK and not a JKU. I have a larger dog-and the standard jammer kept her in back on my TJ but with the wrap around, it would close off the sides and the little guys couldn't get through. And almost same price as the netting stuff you are looking at.
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just a thought-have you considered a wrap around jammer? Idk if it would work as designed but maybe? it does have a flap in the center that would close with velcro and would allow you to let them up front when you wanted. Would need to get the one for a JK and not a JKU. I have a larger dog-and the standard jammer kept her in back on my TJ but with the wrap around, it would close off the sides and the little guys couldn't get through. And almost same price as the netting stuff you are looking at.
The wrap around Jammer is the same for both models JK and JKU. They both go behind the front seats.
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The wrap around Jammer is the same for both models JK and JKU. They both go behind the front seats.
ok thanks wasn't aware/if it was different for JKU/JK-maybe a cheaper easier option-as I mentioned works my pup in a TJ
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I'm not familiar with a "jammer", but if is the stretchy netting stuff, like what is in the doors, that's what I'm looking for. My full grown dogs area Shih Tzu and a Pomeranian/Pappillon mix. One weighs 8 lbs and the other 12.
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The wind jammer is made form softop materal and the plastic window material.

Windjammer
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Try a baby gate with bungee cords to hold it in place. I used zipties to keep it spread open when it is removed.

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Cool photograph, but that is a little much for my needs. LOL

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Try a baby gate with bungee cords to hold it in place. I used zipties to keep it spread open when it is removed.

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Cool photograph, but that is a little much for my needs. LOL
I was referring to the baby gate hooked onto the back of the front seats, not the crate on the carrier.

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