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11 minutes ago, Michaelc607 said:

Thanks! I just looked and saw the hooks where they connect

I think I just bought the nets on EBay....photo looks similar

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On 10/4/2019 at 6:56 PM, Michaelc607 said:

Does anyone know what these nets are. I can’t find anything about them even by searching part number I have two packages of them in my glove compartment 

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Pretty awesome system in the new bed liners.  I only use one on the drivers side rear, but handy as can be.  

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The net hooks are too small for the large bed liner hooks.  They mount inside the cab under the rear seats in the two sets of dedicated hooks designed to secure cargo stored under the seats absent an under seat cargo box. I reused the '16 cargo box, but they can still be used to hold round, large or bulky objects like bowling balls or other stuff that would roll around in the box or fall forward during a stop.

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2 hours ago, Thomcat said:

The net hooks are too small for the large bed liner hooks.  They mount inside the cab under the rear seats in the two sets of dedicated hooks designed to secure cargo stored under the seats absent an under seat cargo box. I reused the '16 cargo box, but they can still be used to hold round, large or bulky objects like bowling balls or other stuff that would roll around in the box or fall forward during a stop.

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Haha!  

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