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Old 08-15-2019, 08:52 AM #1
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Any screen or net to cover the rear tailgate window?

My wife and I plan on doing some overnight trips in the 4runner, we are planning on folding the back seats down, putting a mattress in the cargo area and sleeping there however we would like to crack open the rear tailgate window for ventilation. Is there a screen or net available to keep bugs out?
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Buy some lightweight screening material and affix magnets to it.
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As mentioned the mosquito netting on the back window may be cheap and easy enough for occasional use. Cut, fit and magnet or similar.
We did build an option out of really heavy duty mil-spec mesh for the side windows specifically for the rear side window though. (our back window cargo net wouldn't fit tight to side for bug use as it was designed for pups mainly.

Here's the rear side window set.

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I bought these on amazon for the rear windows and worked great when the pup and I sleep in the back. If you remember to park with the wind blowing into the side of the 4r, it's great. I didn't find any options for the rear windows unless you cut a mesh screen to match the rear profile and use magnetic strips to hold it in place.
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As mentioned the mosquito netting on the back window may be cheap and easy enough for occasional use. Cut, fit and magnet or similar.
We did build an option out of really heavy duty mil-spec mesh for the side windows specifically for the rear side window though. (our back window cargo net wouldn't fit tight to side for bug use as it was designed for pups mainly.

Here's the rear side window set.

I've been using an Amazon generic door window mesh thing for this, but those look much better. Ill be snagging a pair.
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I bought these on amazon for the rear windows and worked great when the pup and I sleep in the back. If you remember to park with the wind blowing into the side of the 4r, it's great. I didn't find any options for the rear windows unless you cut a mesh screen to match the rear profile and use magnetic strips to hold it in place.

These look great!! I have been putting off modifying my old ones for my 5th gen and this will save me some work! Just need to tackle the sunroof and rear window now...
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I've been using an Amazon generic door window mesh thing for this, but those look much better. Ill be snagging a pair.
Awesome, do let us know your feedback in comparing them!
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