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Hey, guys. So, today, we're checking out the RedRock 4x4 Cargo Net and Pet Divider for the Rear Seat, fitting all 2007 and newer JK and JL Wranglers. So, if you're looking for a barrier that's going to keep your pet in the cargo area and not bother anybody in the back seat while also getting a couple of bells and whistles in the meantime, this option by RedRock 4x4 is going to be a great choice to take a look into. Now, not only is this going to be great for pet owners who don't want their pet jumping up into the front and bothering them in the front seat or anybody in the back seat, but this is also great if you carry a lot of items out on the trail or any loose items that you don't want bouncing up and getting into the back seat as well.Now, this is going to have a net up in the middle, so it's going to give you good visibility, but on the sides and down at the bottom, it's going to be made of a nylon material with a plastic backing. So this is going to provide really good coverage for anything that wants to butt up into the back of the seat. So, not only is this good for as just a barrier between the rear seat and the cargo area, but this is also good as a protector to the fabric on the back seats as well. Not to mention this is going to have multiple compartments and storage bags for organization and extra storage in the back of your cargo area. So, again, if you have any small to medium items that you want to keep organized, you don't want laying around in the back of the cargo area, or you just really don't have any place to put them and you're looking for that extra storage, this is going to be great. This will have multiple attachment points, multiple nylon straps, and multiple tie-downs to make sure that it's not moving around. So you can ensure that this is going to stay in place. And that nylon is going to hold up for a very long time.Now, with all that being said, this is going to come in at roughly $100. And in my personal opinion, I think that $100 is great when taking a look at this item. Now, in comparison to some other options on the page, a lot of barriers are usually just going to be for cargo nets. Some may be a little bit thinner. Some may be a thicker nylon or thicker material that are going to provide a good barrier. However, a lot are not going to have the external compartments, external storage that this one has to offer. So, overall, I think if you're looking for something that's a little bit more than a cargo net or you're looking for some additional storage and also the main benefits of a pet divider or cargo net, then this is going to be right up your alley. Now, when it comes to install, I'm going to give this a very easy one out of three wrenches on the difficulty meter. You are going to need a couple of hand tools to get the job done just to make sure that this is tied down correctly. However, it's nothing you can't get done in 20 minutes in your driveway. So, speaking of the install, let's jump into that now.The tools that I used for my install were an impact wrench and a T50 Torx socket. So, once you have the pet divider out of the box, you want to make sure that it's oriented the correct way so we can hop in the Jeep and secure it down. So, the net part is going to be up at the top and then the pockets are going to be down at the bottom. So, first, we are going to secure it to the top of our roll bar, and then we can secure it around the sides. So, now that we're in the back of the Jeep, we can grab the strap that's right next to this net portion here, and we can tuck it around the front of our roll bar, raise up our divider, send it through our buckle. Send it through the bottom and through the top. We can grab the little tail on the back, and we can pull it tight.Now, we're not going to completely tighten it down just because we want to make sure that all the straps are connected. Then we can repeat that for the other side for the middle strap. Now, once these are on, we can kind of center where we want the divider to go, and then we have two corner straps that we need to secure. Next, we can take the corner strap and do the same thing. However, we are going to loop it around the side, making sure not to loop it around the seatbelt. We want to make sure that that is free so we're not interfering with the seatbelt function. We're just going to repeat that process. So, over on our hardtop here, we have our hardware up at the front closest to our back door. What we're going to do is remove that, and we're going to sandwich a tie-down in between the bolt and the hardtop. Now, this is going to secure the side of our divider with a hook.So, I'm going to use a T50 because we're in a JL. If you are in a JK, you'll be using a T40 Torx socket, and we can remove that bolt. Now, if you have a soft top, there's going to be a hole in the body or the tub rail here that you can hook the hook into. But if you have a hardtop, you'll be utilizing these tie-downs. So, once you have that tie-down in there, we're going to tighten this back up. Again, I'm going to use that T50 Torx. And then we can secure the hook on the side of the divider. Then we can tighten that to kind of make the divider taut. Next, we can take the bottom hook, and we can strap this to the bottom tie-down here, and then we can tighten that up by tightening up that strap. Now, we don't have a tie-down here. You can connect it to any attachment point. A lot of the time there's going to be one underneath the back seat. So, once that is secure, we can repeat that same process on the other side.So, that is going to wrap it up for my review and install. Make sure you like and subscribe for more videos and products just like this, and always keep it right here at extremeterrain.com.
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