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Hi Folks,

How difficult is it to install the Cargo Shade?.

Any drilling or cutting needed?, or is it a simple snap-in...

Thanks for your help...
 

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Two springs at the end of the cover on either end that fit into slots on the cabin wall. Takes 10 seconds to add or remove it.
 

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Thanks very much for the information. Will proceed with ordering the shade.

Seveniron, I assume you are a golfer?.. Like I am. Well maybe not a golfer, but I do like
to play golf. ;D

Thanks again.
 

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I didn't get the shade initially and now I want one...is there an aftermarket version yet? 90 bucks just seems a little steep for what it is..
 

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Yes to the after market one. I am sorry I don't have site information for you, but I googled it and found one for under $60. I thought about buying but then decided I seldom leave valuables in truck and with tint of windows it is hard to see in anyway. I also have a private garage. I think it would be in the way when I do want to put big items in truck. I also found an awesome hanger for the rear of seats. It hangs off the head rest, and can be used for purses, or more importantly for me grogery bags! It holds up to 60lbs. It has two hooks for bags. I bought 1 for each side, so no need for using the cargo net now and easier to just grab all the plastic grocery bags at once.
 

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NoobNox said:
I didn't get the shade initially and now I want one...is there an aftermarket version yet? 90 bucks just seems a little steep for what it is..

Well it's your decision (obviously) but...

You have such a nice Silver Ice metallic 2LT with Titanium leather

Doesn't it "deserve" a color matched OEM shade?
Don't YOU deserve it?
 

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I took mine out, it was a pain if I wanted to lay the seats down to haul something. When we travel we don't leave anything in the vehicle overnight that's worth stealing, and as dark as the windows are it's hard to see in the back anyway. Someone made the remark that if a thief did look in the back and saw the shade was pulled he might take it as a sign that you were hiding something and he just might smash a window to find out.
 
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