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post #1 of 4 Old 05-10-2017, 09:37 AM Thread Starter
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Rear Cargo Netting - Safari Straps vs Dirty Dog (or Other?)

Looking to add rear and read/side 3 piece cargo netting for when the top is off. I want to leave it on when I have my Trek top in place too.

How do the Safari Straps vs Dirty Dog (vs other third brand) compare?
Can anyone compare and contrast them, especially how they connect at the rear tailgate, ease of access to the rear compartment, build quality/longevity, and any flapping in the wind w top off.

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post #2 of 4 Old 05-10-2017, 11:48 AM
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Love my safari straps.

They connect to the rear deck with the soft top lower mount bar.

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Can't speak to the attachment because I don't have those sections. I do have the DD nets for the top and a custom SafariStraps cargo net for holding my junk in when the top's off. I think the quality is comparable between the two. I like the fastex buckles on the DD nets, but they have not been very responsive to some questions I've sent them through their contact form. And the customer service at SafariStraps is second to none. Maral was very, very patient and helpful in working through the process to get me the best solution for my needs. Unless there's something grossly different in how they attach at the rear, I really don't think you can go wrong with either product.

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I love my Safari Straps Warrior kit but trunk access is difficult. I have a Warrior extended kit, windows and all, for JKU for sale, PM if interested.

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