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Cargo Net

EverPhoto

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I did get a soft plastic cargo tray liner that covers the bulk of the trunk area. Things skid arund on it alot less than they do on the trunk fabric. My photo gear tends to stay put just lying on it.

I probably could tie a couple of the shorter nets I have together.

My wife has some collapsible plastic crates for the van that work quite well. They fold pretty flat when not in use. Maybe I should just pick up some more of those crates.
 

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....I did get a soft plastic cargo tray liner that covers the bulk of the trunk area. Things skid around on it alot less than they do on the trunk fabric. My photo gear tends to stay put just lying on it.
Then you are not agressive enough in the corners....:D

Yes, those softer plastic/rubber cargo trays hold flat things in place better than the carpet.
 

EverPhoto

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When I'm carrying over $20K of my own photo gear in the trunk I tend not to be an aggressive driver :vroom:

Then you are not agressive enough in the corners....:D

Yes, those softer plastic/rubber cargo trays hold flat things in place better than the carpet.
 
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