|04-20-2014 02:23 PM|
|daggo66||Why would anyone want to install nets that require drilling? Www.safaristraps.com is the way to go.|
|04-20-2014 02:20 PM|
|tulsarubicon||Can anyone comment on the MotionTek install for a JKU where drilling is required?|
|01-08-2014 08:21 PM|
|peanut09||Curious if you got anything and how the install went if you got the Motion tek ones.|
|01-04-2014 03:41 PM|
|-DMB-||Yea, it's a JK thing.|
|01-04-2014 01:07 PM|
|peanut09||Look here on page 2. http://www.motion-tek.com/TekInfoFil...WN_Install.pdf|
|01-04-2014 01:00 PM|
Edit: the strap goes through this new mount that you screw in so I guess it is technically a buckle and strap but it still screws into the body.
|01-04-2014 12:39 PM|
I noticed this is the JK forum and I have a LJ. I'll have to check out my wife's JK to see if there is any screws or drilling on a JK. That would be unfortunate being that the TJs don't require it. Good input though, I learned something.
|01-04-2014 10:37 AM|
The motion tek buckles looked like the ones that have a tab on them. tab open slide strap tab closed strap held. I don't like those as they tend to slide. I also didn't like how the motion tek install in the back. You have to drill some holes and they have small screws holding the tie down in.
The reason I liked the smaller holes is because I didn't want my black lab putting her head through them and getting caught.
They each have pros and cons but I like that the dirty dog are individual pieces so if you put you top back on and just want to remove the back piece you can. I like the idea of leaving the top pieces on as I can tuck stuff up there between the top and the straps but I also like to be able to access the back.
Anyway good luck with you choice!
|01-04-2014 10:28 AM|
In the end, the main selling point for me was the buckles. It's hard to tell for sure from the Dirty Dog site as their pics are very small and I didn't see any mention of buckle construction, but they appear to be plastic. And, they are the most expensive.
|01-03-2014 07:51 PM|
|Seeuoffroad||I have the motion tek awesome quality. I would buy them again!|
|01-03-2014 06:55 PM|
|Ghost1972||Mine. Made them myself--super tight and don't rattle or flap around when driving.|
|01-03-2014 05:57 PM|
|Bamyrick226||Was thinking about getting a set as well. What are the different price points we are looking at?|
|01-03-2014 05:41 PM|
Safari Straps. I just received mine today and the quality is perfect!! I bought a set to keep my dog from being ejected. I went with the extended cage that will give him a net roof. I don't run doorless with him in the backseat so he will basically have a cage around him especially if I get a divider between front and rear seats.
The Motion-Tek don't seem to need a tailgate bar like the Safari Straps. I have a soft top now so a tailgate bar isn't a problem.
|01-03-2014 03:16 PM|
|peanut09||Why not dirty dog? Thats what I have I went with them over safari straps as the squares are just a little smaller. I can't speak to the quality of the other company your referencing as I have never seen them in person...|
|01-03-2014 03:09 PM|
|-DMB-||FWIW I just received the Motion-Tek side and top/rear net for my LJ. I haven't installed it yet but the quality is bad ass. This is not just for looks. The straps will definitely hold people/cargo inside in the event of a roll or flop. Also ... Made in the USA.|
|07-21-2013 08:59 PM|
I was looking to purchase a cargo net to keep my dogs inside the jeep when the top is off. I'm trying to decide between the cargo nets made by Motion-Tek or Safari Straps.
I was leaning toward the side and rear window set made by Motion-Tek.
Motion-Tek.com : Product : Rear & Side Window Set, JK 4Dr, Exp Series
Anyone know how the two compare to each other?