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Old 09-26-2007, 09:23 AM   #1
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Has anybody here installed the Cargo Cover that was available from Saturn Parts? Bought one New in the Box of off Ebay.

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There's a cargo cover available?
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What Cargo Cover, for the back area?

I'd like to find out more about this....
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Old 10-01-2007, 12:16 AM   #4
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What Cargo Cover, for the back area?

I'd like to find out more about this....
Saturn used to make one, but it was pretty flimsy. It basically is a mesh (think football jersey like material) that rolls out across the cargo area from left to right, IIRC. You screw the case in on the interior body panel, then screw in a catch on the other side. To cover the cargo area, you pull the panel across and hook it in on the right side. I'd imagine it could be installed either way.

Saturn stopped selling it because, frankly, it sucks, according to their customers. I've never seen one, but apparently they weren't very popular. I made my own out of gray vinyl that matches the leather of the seats. I got a metal dowel about 1/4" long and cut it into strips for the left and right side to give it some structural rigidity. I then had a friend sow the rods in, and put some elastic loops in the sides. I then installed 3 hooks on each side of the cargo area. The cargo cover is obviously impossible to see through and it is flexible enough to still cover larger items in the back (to a point). I can take it down, roll it up and stow it. Works pretty well for me and cost me about $25 for the material, IIRC.
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