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> Adding a cargo net to the MD/UD , by flyswatter
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I'm happy to report that no drilling is required! Behind the panel fasteners, is a hole that the T-Anchors can self tap into. The top holes on both sides were very tight, and I had to use a pair of pliers at one point on each side to get enough leverage to get the anchors in all the way. (I covered the plastic T-Anchor with a towel to avoid marring the finish.)

Briefly, here's the process.


Assemble the T-Anchors




Locate the panel fasteners on the top and bottom on each side, and remove. I ended up going to Harbor Freight and buying a cheap removal tool. The top ones were a bit of a bitch. The bottom ones the plastic sill were much easier to remove. Screw the T-Anchors in nice and tight. As I said, I had to use a pair of pliers on the tops ones.




Attach the cargo net and you're done


Last update: May 14 2011, 01:15 PM by elantragt    Created: May 14 2011, 01:11 PM by elantragt    Edits: 3    Views: 3,488
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