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Old 03-25-2011, 05:44 PM   #1
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Access Cab rear cargo Liner

Anyone know of a cargo liner that will fit in the back of an access cab with the seats folded down? Seems like there used to be a husky liner for this purpose (H2129951), but it must have been discontinued as I can't find it anywhere. At this point since I can't find that or a similar direct fit product I'd take anything that would be close. Maybe something from a mini-van or small suv? Help me out! My dog is destroying my truck.
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I have those and the rear liner does the job

http://www.huskyliners.com/site//Cus...49#ColorChange
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Sorry, guess I wasn't quite clear. I'm looking for a "tray" that will cover the whole rear area when the seats are folded down. Something that goes on top of the folded down seats.
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I had some carpeted mats made for mine.

My dogs love them.

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Sorry, guess I wasn't quite clear. I'm looking for a "tray" that will cover the whole rear area when the seats are folded down. Something that goes on top of the folded down seats.
Husky does make one. Check their site or Amazon. I think Janster has one, you could check her build page.

Edit: Sorry I didn't fully read your first post. I don't know if they still make it or not, but they used to be available on Amazon.
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I had some carpeted mats made for mine.

My dogs love them.

I thought all AC's were the same. My 2011 has a storage console in the center of the rear so i can't fold my seats down to have one straight flat area behind the front seats. That looks way more utilitarian than my set up. Why would Toyota do this? If there is a simple explanation, excuse my newbieness.
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No pics but here's what I did...

In my '10 AC I placed a sheet of plywood/mdf etc on the back seats for my
. http://www.tacomaworld.com/forum/off...ml#post2387576
I trimmed the board to fit over the seats and middle console, with pvc legs to support the front (may need something in rear to level it) and covered the board in closed cell foam (blue sleeping pad). This gives a nice waterproof cover for the rear, storage underneath, and is easily removeable (1-2 bungees as needed).
I also hung a 2-sided tarp as a hammock, "fabric" side up, using bungees to secure. Someone once told me dogs don't know comfort, but I put a blanket or pillow back there anyway.
If it ever stops snowing and blowing I'll get a pic...
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I actually ordered it from there. They charged my card and then about 5 days later sent me an e-mail saying it wasn't in stock.

Very clean setup Coupe. Definitely an improvement over stock but I'm looking for something a little easier to clean, and something that will contain water a bit better.
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I actually ordered it from there. They charged my card and then about 5 days later sent me an e-mail saying it wasn't in stock.

Very clean setup Coupe. Definitely an improvement over stock but I'm looking for something a little easier to clean, and something that will contain water a bit better.
That sucks man! I have been thinking about getting one of these too and have just been putting it off. I was going to order it from them today.
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I thought all AC's were the same. My 2011 has a storage console in the center of the rear so i can't fold my seats down to have one straight flat area behind the front seats. That looks way more utilitarian than my set up. Why would Toyota do this? If there is a simple explanation, excuse my newbieness.

I think this got changed on the 2009 models. Mine is 2008. I have known people have swamped them out.
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I had some carpeted mats made for mine.

My dogs love them.

are those from toyota? where did you pick those up at?
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I had some carpeted mats made for mine.

My dogs love them.

I like this rear seat setup vice those in my '10. To achieve about the same I did this:

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I thought all AC's were the same. My 2011 has a storage console in the center of the rear so i can't fold my seats down to have one straight flat area behind the front seats. That looks way more utilitarian than my set up. Why would Toyota do this? If there is a simple explanation, excuse my newbieness.
Yeah they added the storage console in '09 and as far as I can tell, screwed up things back there. I have a 2010 and need to figure out something, because even with the seats folded down I feel like storage is lacking...

Hmm, I forgot about this, but I need to do what jpmorrisvb (Jimmy) did and make a platform. I rarely have people back there, and when I do I have time to take it out.

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I made my own liner from a 3"x 5" rubber mat from Lowes for $23:



This mat is thick, which should cushion the pressure on the seats. It took some cutting down to size with a sharp razor, but I like the fact that I had a little more that what was necessary. I cut it so it draped over the edges of the seats:



I made two small cuts so the seat latches come through the mat to "lock" it into place. Also made a cut half way down the center of the mat to allow me to fold the back half of the mat forward so I can access the storage:



Also, I the topped it off with a piece of left over carpet; it works pretty well to "trap" most of the dog hair until I can vacuum:

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Almost forgot a real nice dog bowl for the truck:



I swear, when you fill it to the right level, you can tip it, roll it around, even flip it upside down and it doesn't spill but a couple of drops. And it holds a ton of water. Gotta have one for every car.
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that turned out pretty good....i got a moab trip coming up with the dog and this may have to be a necessary addition for the dog's sake...the rubber mat is a good way to keep access to the storage bins..did you cut the carpet too? or do you plan on folding the carpet to the side if you need the bins?
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Some pretty creative solutions here.
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..did you cut the carpet too? or do you plan on folding the carpet to the side if you need the bins?
I just cut the mat and not the carpet. The carpet is really thin and flexible making it really easy to toss off the side i'm trying to get to. I got this carpet at Lowes or HD a long time ago, it's got a thin rubber backing, I had used it to line the back of the wife's Vibe (also for the dog).
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