You can check out the photo gallery here:brad5016 said:I'm looking for a cargo area liner that goes up the aft seats so when I lay them down for the dog the seat backs are covered also. Maybe even something that goes up the sides also?
Anyone have a link to go to?
Indeed the husky liners have been discussed here before in a favourable light.SuperMat64 said:I prefer those from husky liners that the ones on ebay. I had one of ebay cargo liners on my old car and they were not as protectiv as the husky liners
Yes you are right.gearhead said:Indeed the husky liners have been discussed here before in a favourable light.
The only reason I mentioned the ones from e-bay was cuz the OP was looking for something to cover the back of the rear seats, which I don't believe the husky liners do.
Bathtub, good one!SuperMat64 said:Yes you are right.
Maybe he can use a bathtub ?
I use the husky liners and i have an 80 pounds Boxer and this is really perfect. I am wondering wich dog bleed he have for the need of covering the back seats and the sides...
Black labs, beautiful breed!brad5016 said:No, no pack of dogs. Just one black lab. But we go on lots long road trips and he likes to have room and his head out the window sometimes so if I lay the seats down he can have his room. Also if the seats are up and we go hiking or swimming he gets dirty and I want to protect the whole cargo area.
LMAO!!!GARYD said:I don't think there is anything to cover the side panels, so you will just have to get out the good old soap and water for them.
Our Goldens love to lick the rear window for some unknown reason. I am buying stock in Windex. LOL
If I have the rear window defogger on will it shock them? [/color]
Good info, thanks Carver!Carver said: