Thanks GARYD, it sounds thin and pliable enough that I'll wait before deciding on whether to make the 60/40 cut, there may be no need for it.GARYD said:Gearhead, you can see in the pics that the design of the liner will let you cut it so it will match the 60-40 seats. It is a lightweight material(my wife is a little concerend that the dogs nails might puncture it), won't know that until we put the old girl in. The material is about 1/8" thick and should easily be cut with some sissors.
One thing I did notice yesterday was that when it got warm out the liner slipped from between the back of the seat and the cargo shade. I am going to put some velcro on the liner so that should hold it to the back of the seat.
For your Avatar, try this...GARYD said:SnowItch, I was in the members profile and did see something about changing the picture, but everything I tried didn't work. I hit "browse" and searched for a pic, but when I clicked on it nothing happened.
Did I mention I'm computer illiterate? or should I say Computer challenged ....... to be PC. ;D
I'll go in again and try somethine else, I was able to do this on my Harley forum.
We got the Liner today, two days after ordering so stock is not a problem right now it seems.gearhead said:Ditto.
Just looks too cool!
The jury is still out on whether this liner is worth $75 US.
It's a little on the flimsy side, thickness wise.
It's made of something like a rubberized foam.
The fit is perfect and it looks good.
Hopefully it makes it through a few seasons.
You're most welcome, not a problem!ecolodge said:I think I might take a stab at this. I sort of wish there were flaps that extended up the interior wheel wells since I plan on throwing my mountain bike in it, but I'll just cover those areas with plastic sheeting or something else that can protect.
Thanks for the ideas/pics everyone!
No prob, SnowItch.SnowItch said:Thanks for the pics and comments (and being the guinea pig). Look forward to the wear and tear analysis.
That we may do, GARYD.GARYD said:Try Velcro to hold it up.
We just got back from some mega shopping for a Birthday/Easter party.GARYD said:My wife just got back from taking our Golden Retreiver to the vet and back, and our fears of her nails (dogs-not wifes)going through did not materialize. The mat does seem light duty, but it is holding up great for us. I also applied velcro to the back of the mat and it really holds the mat up. So far we're very happy with it. It really keeps the dog hair out of the carpet.
There was one problem though ........ the dog did eat the cargo net. ;D
Now I have to see about getting another one or something else. Anybody have any suggestions? How about a collapsable cargo box of some kind?
Indeed, just tuck it under don't cut it off.GARYD said:Well, what I thought was going to happen, happened. The heat loosened the velcro and the liner fell down. So I had a great idea. I epoxyed the velcro to the liner.........fixed..........well I thought so, but the epoxy didn't stick to the liner. I've never seen anything that epoxy wouldn't stick to....now I have.
I can try another type of glue or maybe sew the velcro on.
I guess the last thing I can do is tuck it under like someone suggested. Or just cut it off.[/color]