Review & Install Video
This Dirty Dog 4x4 three-piece netting kit is for those of you that have a 2007 and up four-door JK and are interested in adding some cargo netting to keep gear, pets inside your Jeep and also give your Jeep a little bit more of that safari look. These are going to be a functional piece if, like I said, you have a pet in the back seat or you have a bunch of cargo that you don't want flying around, moving around whether you're on the street or on the trail. Now, this netting is going to be one of the best-built options out there, in my opinion. I've seen quite a few of these. These are very, very solid if you are gonna be running netting year round because this will work underneath of your hard top or your soft top, you want something that's gonna last for a long time, you have a higher budget, this is going to be that way to go. If you're somebody who's just looking for a shorter term solution, has a lower budget, isn't as interested in something that's as high of a quality, you have those other options out there as well, but this one's going to be very, very well-built.Now Dirty Dog 4x4 does make two different versions of these three piece-netting kits. One is going their spider web style, which is what we have here, where the side windows all emanate from one location, giving you a bit of a curved or spider web look. And again, that's going to be on the side pieces of the Jeep. There's also a straight cargo netting that's just going to be vertical 90 degrees squares as well, if you're more interested in that style, you do have a couple of choices. Like I said, very, very high-quality webbing here. This is going to be polypropylene webbing, it's going to be both stitched and riveted at every intersection, ensuring that this stuff is going to be very solid, very well-built, and lasts a very, very long time. This is going to come with all of the clips and straps and hardware that are necessary to get it installed in your Jeep, as well as this tailgate bar here which is a really nice feature, in my opinion. If you don't use this, there really isn't anything to keep the bottom section of the rear net held in place. You can just let it flap around, but I think that this makes a much cleaner install, and the only thing that you may have to add, if you have a hard top on your JK and you don't have soft tops hardware at all, we'd be adding some factory style rear tailgate bar clips onto your Jeep in order to hold this tailgate bar, but that's the only thing you are gonna have to add, everything else comes with this kit.This install's a very simple one out of three wrenches. You're not gonna have to drill or cut anything. The first time you install this, it may take a little bit more time than every time after that because there are a few more pieces to attach, but once you install this once, you can leave those nut and bolt pieces installed on the Jeep all the time. If you did wanna remove this, just undo all the clips making it a lot easier. Now the first step is to install this back piece, and you start by installing the pieces that go onto the sides of the sport cage working your way from the top down to the bottom. You'll go ahead and install your tailgate bar as well once you get to the bottom, and there are a couple of pieces that do get nut and bolted attached to your Jeep as I said before. These are going to use all factory locations, there's already nuts and bolts there, you don't have to drill anything. A couple are going to be across of the top of the tub where your hard top will get bolted onto, and a couple are going to be into the seat hardware, but again, just follow the instructions, it's very, very simple. After you have the rear section installed, you can go ahead and move onto the side sections. Again, following the same procedure using all the hardware, all the straps, all the buckles that come included in this kit to get everything installed, and then just pull it tight and you're done. This 3-piece webbing kit is going to be $350. There are some five-piece kits from Dirty Dog that of course are gonna be more expensive, they include more pieces. And there are going to be less expensive cargo netting pieces on the market. However, they are not going to be this quality. So, again, if you're looking for something high quality, you want it to last a long time, you're gonna be running it for a long period of time, you want something that your dogs aren't going to easily be able to push through and chew through, this is the product for you. It is gonna be a little bit more expensive than others, but you are getting something for the additional money. This is very, very high quality.So if you're looking for some of the highest quality cargo netting out there, I definitely recommend the Dirty Dog 4x4 cargo netting, that you can find right here at extremeterrain.com.