is I run the front seat way up, drop the back seat into place behind it, then run the front seat back against it, and that works just fine. It's nice to have that net when you have loose stuff in the back, so that if you hit something or make a crash stop you don't get whached by the flying object(s)
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- Rear cargo net accessory for 95 wagon, Joe Caparosa, Wed, 25 Apr 2012 14:26:24
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