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What are these?

RavenRandt

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L-shaped slots found just below the cargo cover mounting points.
I can't figure out what they are for.
Perhaps an option we don't get in the states?
 

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94cruiser

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Fairly certain it’s an anchor point for a soft cargo area divider / wall that also attaches to two spots in the ceiling.

these things are very popular in Europe in the Estate / wagon cars.

almost bought one and upon further inspection noticed ours were gimped at the factory.
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Aracan

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Fairly certain it’s an anchor point for a soft cargo area divider / wall that also attaches to two spots in the ceiling.
That is correct. My Insignia came with two "rolls" that install there. The bottom one (L-shaped slots) is a divider net, the top is the usual trunk cover. The divider net can also be installed behind the front seats.
 

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That is correct. My Insignia came with two "rolls" that install there. The bottom one (L-shaped slots) is a divider net, the top is the usual trunk cover. The divider net can also be installed behind the front seats.

If/when you get a chance can you please post pictures (installed)? TIA!
 
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Rhetoric

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The roof access/clip points are available to purchase from Opel. There are P/Ns for them. Not sure if you have to weld those in or not.
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94cruiser

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Pretty risky since you would need to take the headliner down, then cut it open.

I do have a aftermarket solution that works well for me. I am a big fan of these dividers.
 
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