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Retro fit Storage Nets

Discussion in 'A3/S3/Sportback (8P Chassis)' started by dkelly, Feb 16, 2007.

  1. dkelly
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    Hi Guy's

    I wanted to fit the storage nets in the cabin of my car. I have a 3 door 04 2.0 tdi and there seems to be a lack of storage space. Having looked at others I notice that there are 'cargo' nets on the backs of the seats and on the 'transmission' tunnel. Can these be fitted cost effectively?

    I have spoken to vagparts.com and they can supply the 'tunnel' nets on thier own, but the seat back ones come with the plastic back at £56 ish + gordon browns comission. Is there a cheaper way?

    cheers

    DK
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    Have you tried eBay? All the retrofitted parts I've bought have come from there. The nets are probably not available often but it's worth checking from time to time - you might get lucky.
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    Lack of storage space? How much stuff do you keep in your car? I have the storage nets already fitted and have never used them.
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    I agree, however I use my car for work and I need to keep papers and other documents as well as maps etc, at hand when I am working from my car all day. I can't stand them sliding around and landing on the floor and as the small amount of storage there is, is mainly cubby holes (i.e. not big enough for A4 + size docs) I thought the nets at the back of the seats looked a great idea. However at £56+ VAT :faint: x 2, I'll live with it.

    Also I don’t want an annoying thing that hangs off the back of the headrest.
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