I used an unused cargo net that came of my wife's Toyota, dimensions were the same, had to put new stainless mini-caribiner end clips, which I liked better than the Plastic ones that came with the OEM SSR net.I remember reading where some guys used a cargo net from I think a Mustang they got on flea bay, you might try that if no one has the oem net
Very true but you never know what you might catch at one of those local "clubs" in your net and again just a buck or two can get more than a cargo net.>I'm not sure if all GM's nets are the same , but the Pick-a-part on I 64 has plenty in Trailblazers & Envoys for a buck or two if you are close. If you need help to carry all the nets , you can stop at either of the local "clubs" that are close by! >:surprise: :blur:
I have had my SSR since 2005 and use the cargo net all the time. I have it positioned toward the rear of the bed and use it to store chairs that are used at rallies and other odds and ends I seem to need all the time. Sure comes in handy in my opinion.I have a Chevy Tracker 4 door that I use for an everyday driver before I got my SSR and it was nice with the cargo net in it to put bags in to keep the stuff from falling out and rolling all over the back of it. Now I use my SSR as my daily driver so I wanted the cargo net for it.
So I think most of the accessories have a place and use. While maybe not all the time, its better to have and not need than need and not have.