how much does that thing cost? i hate having my groceries just slide all over the place. just bought this from one of the other guys on the forum:NyCXterra said:
the net dont really do anything while driving though it does prevent things from falling out when you open the hatch.. i will take some pix of the organizer tomorrow because mine looks a bit different than the one onlinejuntao said:how much does that thing cost? i hate having my groceries just slide all over the place. just bought this from one of the other guys on the forum:NyCXterra said:
If you plan on selling that, let me know. thx
mine came with the X too, now it sits in my room and organizes my laundry... very useful indeed hahaNyCXterra said:
haha :bounce: :cheers:driver X said:
That is precisely why I did not order one. I knew it would just be in the way. Besides, I love the surprise you get when you open the back after going to the grocery store! Half the time, we have the dogs in the back and it would just be in there way. Floor mat and cargo net are good enough for me.NyCXterra said:
buxwheat said:I got one w/ my X, too, and thought it would be great. Indeed, it does hold groceries very well, and probalby a good organizer for other stuff. On the down side, it needs to be screwed to a sliding mount in the cargo tracks on each side. When loosened, the gadget can be slid for or aft. If it is in place, you cannot lift the floor to get to the covered cargo area. Must remove the thing. If you remove it, you have to put your cleats in the cargo track and slide them all the way for or aft to trap the bracket that the organizer screws into against the end of the track. If not, each time you accelerate or stop, the bracket slides along inside the cargo track. Extremely annoying. Also, this limits where you can put your cleats when the organizer is removed because unless they are trapped against the farthest travel point, they will slide around. I would sell mine, but I can't get the bracket out of the cargo track on the right side. I unscrewed the one on the left to clean out the track (some grit was in there) and I could then take the bracket out of that track, but Nissan hogged down on the screws on the right side and I can't unscrew the track from the floor. Afraid I will strip the head of the screw unless I can find a way of loosening it. Would try a torch, but afraid I might melt something or worse.
Ended up taking and impact driver w/ a Phillip's bit, smacking it one good time on each screw, and they came out. So brackets are removed and sitting w/ the cargo organizer in the garage. All ready to be put on the Swap Meet Forumdirt36 said:All you have to do is pop off the plastic piece in the top right corner, slide out the metal bracket and then pop the plastic piece back into place.