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WeatherTech Cargo Liners Part #41007 Customer Reviews
1 Customer Review
Reviewed by Rick B (Mahtomedi, MN) Reviewed for a 2005 Dodge Durango — Sep 15, 2005 8:58 AM
After extensive research my purchase was narrowed to two liners; Weathertech (a big rubbery mat) and Hatchbag (a coated fabric that protects everything including the sides). The ease installing/removing the liner ended up to play the deciding role on which to purchase. If it is a pain to use, it won't get used. I am protecting the area from 3 big dogs after swimming and running through the woods. The carpet and folded down seat backs were my main areas to protect. Weathertech pros: Easy in/out, waterproof, no way for sand to infiltrate the areas between the folded seats due to the fact it is a single piece (unlike the crappy OEM one which I returned). Weathertech cons: It's one big square piece and is not anchored and will move around (I modified this fore and aft with drilled holes and small bungees), more slippery and lighter weight than the factory video shows), if it was a little wider in the front - it would protect the folded seats better (I cut the liner in strategic areas to fold the "spill lip" over for added area protection. The Hatchbag would protect better, but you lose the ability to open the rear side doors. Also, installation would take MUCH longer each time, and you need to permanently put mounts on the upper edges of the cargo area, doors and front seat-backs. One bonus of the Weathertech being thinner and lighter than it appears in the video: You can fold the seats up and flip the liner out of the way without removing it. Not perfect, but the best of what is out there if you want the ENTIRE cargo area usable. There are better liners if you just want to go behind the 3rd or 2nd row seating.
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- Part #:41007
- Fits behind 2nd row seat with 3rd row seat folded down