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Hello all, some of you may remember the Raingler name known for making high caliber cargo nets for Jeeps and others....wanted to get the word out that there a number of Toyota nets for the FJ and others.

one of the new nets:
 

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Welcome. If you haven't already, you might want to make sure to contact a mod before pimping products. If you already did, then cool!

So how much weight do you expect those little shirt hanger hooks at the headliner to hold?

 

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The nets look like a good idea, but I would worry about those hooks snapping with any weight put on them.

Has it been strength tested?
 

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The nets look like a good idea, but I would worry about those hooks snapping with any weight put on them.

Has it been strength tested?
I just read on their website that they recommend replacing the shirt hooks with the same "D" rings that are in the cargo area. That would make them better.
 

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I'm currious as well... I'm interested in ordering one.
 

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From thier site:

NOTE: We recommend replacing the upper plastic coathangers with Toyota D-ring mounts the same as what is in the cargo area from the factory as this net will far exceed the coat hangers load capacity. Very inexpensive and worthwhile, simple modification that just takes a few minutes. More details coming soon in our "tech" section.
 

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Welcome to the forum. The net looks interesting, but I'd prefer aluminum/steel barriers that I can use to mount items too. I'm sure there will be others who prefer this though.
 

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I have the Tuffy box in the rear so I would only need a half size, is that possible?....From the rear seatl locks up. I would D ring mounts with some quick links in place of the coat hooks and strap set up.
 

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This would be a safe addition if you are running with a lot of heavy gear in the back on the trail. Sometimes you can't buckle or ratchet down every little piece.
 

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Welcome to the Forum :)

Nice products, I hope you become a Forum Vendor soon.
Just saw this but I agree! Please contact Ekool to qualify to become a vendor. Nice product!

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Any way to mount that all the way in the back? The dogs would love to have the back window open and I would love to keep them inside.
 
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