I don't follow you, "The ones on the end are great and keep the contents in the net from sliding around out the ends", how can that be, there are NO ends? The real solution is to lengthen the net on both sides and add another set of stretch cords to both sides to prevent groceries from sliding out either end! :flagcruzned said:I have a suggestion for GM. The bar in the bed that holds the cargo net could benefit from some clips that could be added to it to support grocery bags. The ones on the end are great and keep the contents in the net from sliding around out the ends, but a simple add on set of clips, say six of them, that could be clamped onto the bar to support grocery bags would be a nice add on. You aftermarket guys hearing me? It should be easy to do, in fact, I plan on shopping around and seeing what I can come up with. That bar has to have more uses than what it appears to have now, right? Also, the velcro closure on the net pops off so easy it is absurd. It needs to be longer or something so that it does not undo itself under stress. Now, back to "Velcro Fly", by ZZ Top, yea!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Ok, Ok, perhaps late next week, after the monogram treadment, and perhaps the custom mods to the top cover(inside). :flaghoutex said:PICS ----- We gotta have PICS :thumbs
Ok, Ok, so I am a little late. We just got back from a 5,000 mile trip, no not with the SSR. If everything works out I should show the bed with and without the "Trunk Liner" material, the bottom of the top covered with "Trunk Liner", the modifications we did to the tailgate and cargo net. Also the newly installed compass with outside temp and altimeter.houtex said:PICS ----- We gotta have PICS :thumbs