Toyota 4Runner 4th - 5th Gen Above Rear Seats Roof Rack Net

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  • Starting at Regular price $ 252.99
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Selecting options other than standard BLACK material and/or matching stitching is considered custom build and is not return or exchange eligible. Custom options may not be available for all products.

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  • This 2" webbing net is an excellent fit for the rear area behind the sunroof on the 5th Gen 2010-Newer Toyota 4Runner Gobi and similar sized expedition racks.  

  • This will fit many safari style racks with the nets 34" X 50" center grid and included 36" perimeter straps. Add the extension strap set for varying loads. Store and use inside or out when you need them.

  • This net is designed to be able to fit down all the way flat to the rail height and be very tight.  If you normally intend to run larger loads, pelicans, tires, or large coolers on top, please consider one of our larger units available under the ROOF RACK NETS section of the collections page.  The size 58" x 86" is a larger one-piece net designed to fit the entire roof rack and is a good suggestion for this type use.

  • This net is only available in MILSPEC material and select UV rated stitching options.

  • Easier to load/unload tip:  Consider a set or two of our Rooftop MILSPEC grab handles to install on your roof rack to make climbing up easier and secure when icy or on a hot sunny day.

  • Optional:   Many owners find it useful to add a pack or two of our extension straps for the random bulky load or just securing items in different ways to the rack.  Will attach to the net’s built on perimeter attachment rings.  Available when adding to cart for this item.

How to Install

 

Tie up those loose ends!

Always make sure that your net and load is secured tightly and any extra adjustment strap material is tied up so it cannot become loose and damage your gear, net or others behind you.  *Always double check your load after it has had a chance to settle or before entering public roads or highways.