Second this recommendation, saw the original post you made about it and immediately bought 2. One went in the charger and the other went in the Grand Cherokee, both fit great and work as intended.I got this for my Challenger. I used the screw nuts for the tail lights to attach the top loops on the net. I didn't attach the bottom loops, didn't really need to. Works pretty good for holding stuff from rolling around the trunk.
Hope this helps.
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Thanks -similar to the one in our Charger - doing the same tomorrow - Tks again.Second this recommendation, saw the original post you made about it and immediately bought 2. One went in the charger and the other went in the Grand Cherokee, both fit great and work as intended.
Nice -I used a cargo net setup from a 300.
Here's my original install post.
I installed a cargo net from a 300 today including the OEM hardware. I removed the plastic clip holding the side panels in & used those holes to screw in the top hooks. I trimmed the lower loop post then poked it thru the trunk mat. Side panel removed Treaded insert installedwww.challengertalk.com
Was at the dealer today to see if there was a cargo net for the Challenger since the Charger has one. No luck - Anyone know of a good one for a Challenger?
Unfortunately looks like you're stuck with a homemade job if you're adamant about doing this, get a net and screw in hooks off eBay
Assuming you meant Chrysler, right? I will look into this as well. I used the net in the back of my Charger a lot, kept 2 umbrellas there, and my squeegee. Then some shopping stuff would go in it. Another nice thing is those thin rubbery cargo mats for SUV/Crossovers. Not just for protection, but they keep stuff from sliding around in the trunk, that is my favorite feature with them.I looked at many options before installing the Dodge 300 cargo net. I wanted the factory look so I went with the Dodge 300 connectors too. I wouldn't go with a net any smaller than the Dodge 300 as it barely wide enough. A net a little taller could be nice but may end up getting in the way of other things being placed in the trunk. I think I got everything for less than $20 about 2 years ago. It has held up great so far and gets used often.