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Old 09-29-2022, 12:48 AM #16
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Running the factory cover in both 4runners. Zero problems. The gap at the front of the cover is to allow the seats to recline. Be sure to buy the actual Toyota oem part. Bought mine on Amazon, shipped by a dealer in Texas.
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Be sure to buy the actual Toyota oem part. Bought mine on Amazon, shipped by a dealer in Texas.
Picked mine up at the dealership. Still low quality and poorly designed on it's own for the price, and especially compared to any other oem cover I've used or owned.
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Handle fell off mine as well after about a year and a half. Cheap little plastic dowel pin inside sheared.
same here considering mine had about 5 uses on it. total junk
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same here considering mine had about 5 uses on it. total junk
What appeared to be the same cover on my 03 went 7 years without issue. This one was toast in no time. $150 worth of junk.
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What appeared to be the same cover on my 03 went 7 years without issue. This one was toast in no time. $150 worth of junk.
yeah literally the handle just fell off. When you see how its connected its total crap. Not happy about it, but with Rago panels in and the overall usage of the screen being low, glad to throw it in the dumpster.
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Running the factory cover in both 4runners. Zero problems. The gap at the front of the cover is to allow the seats to recline. Be sure to buy the actual Toyota oem part. Bought mine on Amazon, shipped by a dealer in Texas.

There are aftermarket ones that actually cover that gap, actually blocking the view of your belongings compared to OEM.


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My 2021 TRD-ORP came with the Toyota OEM cargo cover. It is pretty flimsy, making it sort of difficult to line it up in the grooves when you pull it open. I have not had any real issues with it other than that annoyance.

The cover is definitely one of the more flimsy cargo covers I've had, but it works and I think it was like $100 or close to that so I'm not really complaining.

It does leave a gap between the seats and a smaller gap between the door. I kind of like it though because I usually only use the cargo cover on trips, and I can fix a box fan and other luggage in the gap behind the seat, and also access stuff in the cargo area when the cargo door is open without necessarily having to release the cover.
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The one we build blocks up that back very well and also is mounting with steel anchors and adjusts for load height if needed. Really strong, actually keep your gear in the back and doesn;'t pop up and off.

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The one we build blocks up that back very well and also is mounting with steel anchors and adjusts for load height if needed. Really strong, actually keep your gear in the back and doesn;'t pop up and off.

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Iím interested as opposed to paying good money to replace the garbage OEM cover.

Itís hard to tell from your photos or the website how it opens up for access with the window down/ hatch open. All the pics are of it closed up. Does the top zip,Velcro or what?

The configuration options on the site are a bit confusing too. How would you order what you see in the pics you posted.

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I have the OEM, works fine for me.

I have my tint slightly darker than stock and the back is dark but not limo. For times I have a bunch of stuff in the back, I like to use a black cloth. Last time I used my tool box nylon cover. The tint gets dark enough to disguise most things, and the black cover easily disguises everything enough so nothing can be seen.

I'm a fan of out of sight out of mind...
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I’m interested as opposed to paying good money to replace the garbage OEM cover.

It’s hard to tell from your photos or the website how it opens up for access with the window down/ hatch open. All the pics are of it closed up. Does the top zip,Velcro or what?

The configuration options on the site are a bit confusing too. How would you order what you see in the pics you posted.
We like really strong stuff that doesn't break so we include black PVC coated STEEL quick release hooks that work with the OEM cargo area D rings. Be sure to select "originally equipped with 3rd row seats" if applicable as they are different.

The back area is completely closed up so that anyone looking down with a flashlight still can't see your stuff. The entire thing is made from full black out ballistic material and 800PSI webbing and all metal mounts and hardware. We build on 36" adjustable mount points if you are carrying something larger that the normal OEM profile height too. Your gear will be hidden and also secured.

*the front extension option (shown 2nd image in previous post) will be available once 2 or 3 row equipped has been selected.

Please email me info@raingler.com if any questions or for quickest response.

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We like really strong stuff that doesn't break so we include black PVC coated STEEL quick release hooks that work with the OEM cargo area D rings. Be sure to select "originally equipped with 3rd row seats" if applicable as they are different.

The back area is completely closed up so that anyone looking down with a flashlight still can't see your stuff. The entire thing is made from full black out ballistic material and 800PSI webbing and all metal mounts and hardware. We build on 36" adjustable mount points if you are carrying something larger that the normal OEM profile height too. Your gear will be hidden and also secured.

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thanks for the response, but what I'm trying to understand is how you load and unload from the back. All the pictures are of the unit closed up and it isn't obvious from the pictures how you access cargo. Do you unhook two corners on the bottom rear and it folds up or what?

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thanks for the response, but what I'm trying to understand is how you load and unload from the back. All the pictures are of the unit closed up and it isn't obvious from the pictures how you access cargo. Do you unhook two corners on the bottom rear and it folds up or what?
Exactly. The lower "tailgate" section unhooks in seconds and lifts up to lay on top of the horizontal section.
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Exactly. The lower "tailgate" section unhooks in seconds and lifts up to lay on top of the horizontal section.
OK, thank you. I can see the value of physically keeping things from flying around, but I think that might be too limiting for my taste if everything has to slide in and out from the rear without top access.
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OK, thank you. I can see the value of physically keeping things from flying around, but I think that might be too limiting for my taste if everything has to slide in and out from the rear without top access.
Missed this earlier, apologies. For future references, one can also add the quick release hooks to any or all of the top points.
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