|10-11-2008 08:14 PM|
|Triple88a||search for dog net on ebay. Its the same as rainger net but without the ridiculous price.|
|10-11-2008 05:24 PM|
|CoYJeeper||What did you end up with? We've been prototyping exactly that. We did test fittings yesterday. Looks like its going to be really cool. Its a one piece 1/4" mesh that covers the entire tub attaching to the roll bar and tub sides. Should have a picture in the next couple of weeks.|
|07-04-2008 06:04 PM|
|hokie822||Thanks for all the help..Think I found what I am looking for!|
|06-30-2008 04:03 PM|
I use a cargo net that came with my wife old (now gone) Mittsubishi Montero Sport. It covers the rear part of the tub perfectly (at the top of the tub level), has +/- inch and a half holes in the netting, and stretches nicely over all of my gear when I go camping/wheelin'.
The net material looks like the one in the picture of this link ( http://www.cargogear.com/OneItemInfo...um=COCARGONETM ), but the net is only roughly the size of the rear portion of the Jeep, from the back of the front seats to the tailgate.
|06-29-2008 10:42 PM|
those bungy nets are at the parts stor for like $20 they are made for trucks beds
those raingler nets arnt hideous
but it depends on your taste
|06-29-2008 10:38 PM|
|603TJ||hokie, I don't know what you think, but those nets on the links above are f'n hideous! Were you thinking something more along the lines of a tonneau cover made of net material? I think that would be cool... especially if it was elastic.|
|06-29-2008 10:31 PM|
|06-29-2008 06:09 PM|
|p-rev||i dont know if you want this much, but i hear there pretty good http://www.allthingsjeep.com/raingler-nets.html|
|06-29-2008 05:34 PM|
|sgnellett||Somebody was making spiderweb nets for trucks awhile ago, I'll bet JCWhitney or some other truck parts distributor might have something like that..|
|06-29-2008 05:32 PM|
Large Stretch Net ???
Anyone know if someone makes a net that would cover the rear tub when you travel with top down. I am planning a trip, and don't want to worry about stuff blowing out. A giant stretch net would work. Thanks in advance.