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Old 01-23-2013, 09:29 AM   #1
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Best Cargo Net!

Hey all,

So I'm in the market for a cargo net for my Tacoma. I've scoured the Internet and have not come across anything that I like yet. I don't want a webbed net, I do not want a "spider" net, and I don't want something that looks and feels like it will break. My Dad got a cargo net about 5 years ago that is perfect for exactly what I want. Unfortunately, he doesn't remember where he got it.

So here's the features that I am looking for - it needs to be elastic (no webbing), it needs to be thick and the hooks need to be strong. Also, it is preferable if the hooks can be moved. Anyone have a cargo net that is perfect?

Below are pictures of what I'm looking for:



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Old 01-23-2013, 09:31 AM   #2
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I recommend the Toyota factory cargo net.
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Old 01-23-2013, 09:35 AM   #3
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I recommend the Toyota factory cargo net.
I was looking at that...my question is does it allow for a lot of expansion? When I go camping with a lot of my buddies, I usually have cargo piled up pretty high and having the elastic net keeps it all secure. From the pictures on Toyota's website, it appeared their webbed net had a low fit.
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Old 01-23-2013, 09:45 AM   #4
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Yes at the (4) clipping points you can let it out a bit. Its a quality made net, I use mine quite a bit.

The net rolls up and fits behind the rear passenger seat perfectly.
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On my double cab short bed, I use a Yakima Load Warrior net I had laying around. Perfect size.
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Old 01-23-2013, 09:53 AM   #6
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I bought a TarpX from Costco a couple of years ago for about $50. I use it when I go camping and love it. Before that, I was going through tarps like crazy and using ratchet straps to hold the tarp done. The TarpX has straps built into it, so there's no need for ratchet straps. http://www.tarpx.com/
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I bought a TarpX from Costco a couple of years ago for about $50. I use it when I go camping and love it. Before that, I was going through tarps like crazy and using ratchet straps to hold the tarp done. The TarpX has straps built into it, so there's no need for ratchet straps. http://www.tarpx.com/
Damn that does look awesome! I think that might be the winner. Too bad Costco doesn't carry it right now...on their website it's $100. Costco does have a pair of 4 ratcheting tie-downs from SnapOn for $20 which is a killer deal if I had need for that type of tie-downs.
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I got it in the summer. I know they change their stuff around. You might check then.
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