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MDP



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Luggage/Dog/Net Guard = HELP

Can anyone help in advising me if there any other products by Landrover that will do the above other than the Fort Knox affair that is listed in the accessory brochure?



THE OPEN SPACE BEHIND REAR SEATS




Is this the only option..? Why no factory fitted retractable net like fitted to Range Rovers

I only want to have a barrier above seat height


I do hope there is a factory alternative ... 
" WITH MORE EXTRAS THAN A HOLLYWOOD EPIC "

Post #308 Wed Jun 15 2005 2:41pm
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Tim



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Woow... that is ugly!
I'm sure there will be a net available soon like in the proper Range Rover 
Owns 2002 Range Rover
Wants a 2006 Range Rover TDv8
or
2006 Range Rover Sport TDv6

Post #312 Wed Jun 15 2005 3:53pm
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Tim in Scotland



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2013 Range Rover Sport SDV6 HSE Stornoway Grey

Appreciate your dilema MDP, same as why are there no little hooks moulded into the boot trim like there are on Freelanders, Discos and big RR's that are meant for hooking the side and rear luggage nets to............ I used them to hook carrier bags from the supermarket on after doing the weeks shopping so they didn't fall over and spill the goodies everywhere. This car probably needs to secure stuff in the boot more than any other Landy!
Also the net envelope from my Freelander fitted the RR boot far better than the Freelander's and saved me from having to scramble up onto the lower section of the rear hatch of the RR to rear stuff that had rolled forward enroute!

Have just checked in the back of mine and there are not even the clever hooks in the rooflining above the rear doors in there that the big RR has.
I also think the roller blind rear loadspace cover is a bit cheap and nasty, something like the solid one in the big RR would be much better, even though the one in my TD6 used to rattle a lot...............
I put it all down to the beancounters at Ford/LR. Laughing

Post #314 Wed Jun 15 2005 4:48pm
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MDP



Member Since: 14 Jun 2005
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Sometimes it's the small things that let a car down.When it comes to thought/design..... the boot/load area of the new Audi A6 Avant takes some beating with its amazing gizmos & gadgets.
Maybee Project Khan should would be better off steering their efforts towards practical enhancements/improvements, such as a RangeRoveresque rigid loadcover & retractable vertical net

Maybee I should drop LR a line? 
" WITH MORE EXTRAS THAN A HOLLYWOOD EPIC "

Post #318 Wed Jun 15 2005 10:41pm
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