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Thanks for everyone's advice. Just another question, what would you recommend as a cargo net or something in the back to keep groceries from bouncing all over the place? We often go to Costco to get food and it would be nice to have some kind of truck organizing system?

Thanks in advance!
 

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We got our cargo net off of ebay where I searched for "nissan pathfinder qx6o cargo net" and got it for $25-$30. Or you can get it at the infiniti dealership but it would be $55+ for pretty much the same thing.
 

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I've had them in several Nissans and the JX and wouldn't go without them. Too many times I've been parked slightly nose up and opened the back hatch and dumped some of my groceries. The nets are easy to hook up and store when not in use. Occasionally you will find collapsable grocery organizers at Costco. I have one in each car and they help with keeping things from sliding all over the back of the car.
 

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I ordered the three pocket storage net from Amazon yesterday. I'll let you know how I like it when it arrives. There is a swing out hook and a stationary hook on both sides in the back of the QX. I'm guessing there will be a way to attach all four corners separately.
 

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I ordered the three pocket storage net from Amazon yesterday. I'll let you know how I like it when it arrives. There is a swing out hook and a stationary hook on both sides in the back of the QX. I'm guessing there will be a way to attach all four corners separately.

I think that stationary hook is for the seat belts. Will the net band fit in there? Not really sure its strong enough....anyways..let me know! lol
 

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Found this on Amazon:

Three pocket storage net

We just hook all 4 ends on the one swing out hook.
Works GREAT!
I just received the three pocket cargo net from Amazon, and hooked the right and left sides to the one swing out hook on each side. The net appears to be too short. If you sit heavy items in the bottom, does it pull too hard on the swing out hooks, and do you attempt to hook the bottom of the net on the floor hooks?
 

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I ended up getting it too. The two front will hook at the swing hooks, but the back 2 hooks wont definitely stay using the seat belt hooks as there is too much tension. I haven't used the hooks that it came with yet.


I probably shoulda have just bought one of those stand up 3 storage bins.
 

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I ended up getting it too. The two front will hook at the swing hooks, but the back 2 hooks wont definitely stay using the seat belt hooks as there is too much tension. I haven't used the hooks that it came with yet.
I don't want to mount the hooks that came with it. I will probably keep the net and just hook both straps on each side to the one swing hook, therefore it won't be resting in the open position. I'm guessing it will stretch out when you place something big in it. I just wasn't sure how much weight it could handle without putting stress on the swing hooks since it looks a little short.
 

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I did that too. Ended up putting both loops in one hook...it kinda closes up the net so its fine...just a bit difficult to pull things out with one hand (since its closed) if you have the other hand occupied..
 

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I did that too. Ended up putting both loops in one hook...it kinda closes up the net so its fine...just a bit difficult to pull things out with one hand (since its closed) if you have the other hand occupied..
Here's a suggestion for easier opening. Get some black duct tape a make a tab at the top, center, of each section I the outside net. Then you can easily grab that tab to open the front of the net.

Of course, once you like that, replace the tape with something less tacky if you'd like (pun intended).
 
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