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Cargo Divider

Discussion in 'Product Reviews' started by Amos, Aug 15, 2009.

  1. Yesterdayz

    Yesterdayz Well-Known Member

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    I am not sure I know what you are talking about? I believe I mounted my brackets upside down. Can you do that? If you can attach a pic it might be helpful. If you want to see my setup let me know and I will take a picture.
     
  2. eternal512

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    I returned the cargo divider. The problem was not with the brackets (which i had figured out i could mount upside down, which is neat), it's with the piece that slides inside the rail, with a protruding bolt that the brackets screw onto. These would not slide past the tonneau's bolt heads which were 2mm taller then the stock rail bolts. I could have slid them in, then added the bolts, but this would have precluded repositioning the cargo divider outside of the region between the bolts. I'm looking to fashioning my own system using the cleats, a cargo bar, and a tailgate webbing thing i found at a garage sale.

    In addition to the carrier problem, i had these other two non-tonneau related gripes
    1) the brackets are huge, making them a shin hazard even after removing the divider itself, 2) they dont slide smoothly in the rails, making shifting it to the front to accommodate dogs unwieldy.

    Those two things made me less inclined to 'solve' the problem.

    Thanks for all the help though.
     
  3. fooman

    fooman Active Member

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    Just wanted to share my solution for a cargo divider. I really just needed something to keep groceries, etc. from sliding all over the place and this works perfectly. Wheel wells hold it in place and it easily lifts out if necessary. I had a board and screws in the garage so all I had to buy were the rubber bumpers (less than $5). Thanks to Monarch and Kelson for their ideas!

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  4. paul7475

    paul7475 Active Member

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    Square head hose clamp tail gate protector. Bed mat. Cargo divider. Shell
    Will this work if you have shell and bed mat?
     
  5. Cmurder

    Cmurder 2011 TX TRD Offroad

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    nothing cool
    I did the same for my sandbags in the winter. Cheap and simple. I use the OEM bed cleats for groceries. Just pit the bag handle around the cleat and they do just fine.
     
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