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Re: Cagro Organizer Installation

Fri Jan 21, 2011 11:58 am

awolfe63 wrote:
garygid wrote:If you skip using the hardware to "secure" the organizer to the car, can you just set it into the cargo area, for later easy-removal when needed (like to put in a perambulator)?

You can - but it slides around a little.
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Re: Cagro Organizer Installation

Fri Jan 21, 2011 12:05 pm

Meant as in:
Apply the "hooks" to the upper lip, and the "loops" to the lower lip (to keep food from sticking), and ...
close our lips? ?? :lol:

or, apply a short strip under the bottom center?

But the bottom velcro strip's sticky side will not stick to the cargo area's "rug" bottom surface?

Or,
Just put a "hooks" strip on the bottom of the cargo organizer?
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Re: Cagro Organizer Installation

Sat Jan 22, 2011 2:58 pm

The Velcro and the pads both seem like a good idea. Once I put some stuff in it, it pretty much stopped slipping around anyway.

It doesn't quite cover the entire width of the bin - so I'm afraid that if I bolt it in then something will fall underneath from the open holes on either side.

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