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Can You Identify this Cargo Netting?

Anyone know who makes this cargo netting?



I dig the way it mounts like a top.


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I believe that it's the Smittybilt. From what I've heard, the quality sucks.
I have the Safari Straps and love them.
The thing about the smitty's is that you have to take them off when you put the top on.
With the Safari Straps, put them on and forget it.
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It is smittybilt. Get the Safari Straps... 2" warrior full cage setup. Nothing on the market comes close.

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I kinda like the cargo nack. Big money for that though



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Anyone know who makes this cargo netting?



I dig the way it mounts like a top.
It looks like complete crap. Not only does it not line up properly but it looks loose too. Not to mention the way they have the top all crunched up and tucked under is bad as well. They gotta make it at least look clean for gods sake! Im gettin the ORH top and then ill have a net as well to go under it.
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Get the Safari Straps... 2" warrior full cage setup. Nothing on the market comes close.

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mine are Jeepcargonet.com out of MT, they come in colors is the only reason I didn't get the Safari Straps. No pics of them on, just bought them this winter.

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I personally am a fan of this one. Although I am partial. Wish I could afford one of the really nice ones but with three big dogs, had to come up with something. Under $50 for everything and some time. Not pretty, but gets the job done.


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Yours still looks leaps and bounds better than that pile of ass in the OP's picture. In fact I would probably run yours on my Silver JK if I could just figure out how they are held down on the sides...I can't tell where they are going.
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Without a doubt www.safaristraps.com are the way to go. Great quality and great customer service.
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On each side I drilled 5 small holes. I then took an L shaped bracket and secured it to the rail on the jeep. Drilled a hole in the netting where the horizontal and vertical straps meet. Right now its secured with a wing nut and bolt but Im going to try and change it to a pin or something I can take off easier.

I have to undo 8 buckles to put the top up which isnt bad considering. Their just dog collar buckels so it takes no time at all.

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Oh and thanks for the compliment.

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cop's is way to thick imo. cant even see out of it. i mean mabey if i was strapping my house to the top my jeep, but other than that i like the safari strap.

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