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Completely overkill, but we never want that load to shift or need "regathering" on the road or trek. Gobi-Desert, safari, overloading extreme-duty cargo nets in assorted sizes and so much easier than trying to deal with individual ratchet straps or rope. Place your load up on the expedition rack and place the net over it. Go around the sides and cinch down the net's straps and then tie up the excess to secure the entire load quickly and easily.
Now available with even tougher with double layered 2500 PSI MIL-SPEC or standard 1800 PSI webbing frame and includes 36" extension mounting straps built on at all points!
Measure your safari rack perimeter and allow about 4-5" of clearance for hardware if you wish to contain items below the racks top rails carrying smaller items. If you normally load taller items, spare tires, pelican cases etc you may want a wider and/longer net to wrap completely over your load. Note first two images of the same net, loaded and empty to base your sizing needs when ordering.
Net sizes are in INCHES (for example first option is a 2" webbing material width, 10" Length x 10" width etc.) Built on mounting straps are typically about 18-24 inches apart and 36" length. Please note: nets smaller than 34" on the shorter sides will not have a center strap built in unless custom built as an option upgrade to do so. Note our green net with the green tarp image for an example of a 34 wide net.
You may add custom colored stitching, but it is NOT RECOMMENDED leaving the roof rack net on year round as bright threads may fade and lose their brightness. Sun UV, salt and mag chloride are very hard on these colors. If you want to leave the net on full-time it is recommended to match the thread color to the webbing color or select black for contrast.
Fit example: If you carry really tall loads above 26", multiple Pelican cases, totes etc. we recommend a net about 4-8" wider and longer than the rack frame to wrap over the gear. If mostly bags, tents etc then a net that is just smaller than the rack will be fine.
5th Gen Toyota 4Runner owners: The size 58" x 86" is a larger one-piece net designed to fit the entire Gobi Desert style roof rack is a good suggestion for this type use and shown on some of these sample images on the charcoal grey 4Runner with tote cases up higher.
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.
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My rack is 54" x 60". Which size should I use for normal loads?
50" x 58" would be spot on size for the rack you have.
I have a Gobi stealth rack measuring 42.5" x 82" on my Nissan Xterra. I typically store a few pelican boxes and propane tanks on top. What would be the suggested measurements I should order?
The 42” x 82” net we have would be perfect for the GOBI rack there. It has built on adjustment straps to allow for loads up to 24” high easily. Add a 4pack of extension straps to carry along for anything unexpected taller in back.
Looking for some clarification on your net description:"Now available with even tougher with double layered 2500 PSI MIL-SPEC or standard 1800 PSI webbing frame and includes 36" extension mounting straps built on at all points." Does this mean that on the 2" webbing, the mounting straps are all 36" already?
Yes, already built on ready to use.
What’s the difference between milspec and standard webbing?
The standard webbing products for consumer use are designed primarily for the insides or interior of the vehicle. We normally use and recommend a very high quality polypropylene webbing. It is very durable, UV resistant, feels fairly soft to the touch and maintains a very clean look and specs at 800 PSI. Maximum stretch is 5%@400lbs.
MIL-SPEC NET WEBBING:
The MIL-SPEC polyester webbing is recommended for installations where the highest strength possible material containment is preferred. This material has a more rigid, rougher feel and look. The polyester will have a sharper edge to it and can be somewhat abrasive to passengers and dogs. This material has typically a 1300 PSI specification for 1" widths and a 2500 PSI for 2" width webbing. Zero stretch (even wet)@400lbs.
Please check this link https://raingler.com/pages/raingler-material-information for more information on material types and the differences.
I have the warrior platform roof rack for my jl 4 door the specs say 57.5 x 51.25 Can you advise please
The 42" x 50" size would allow you to have the net fully tensioned down tight even with a flat piece of plywood here:
My roof rack is 39x39. What is the best cargo net to buy on your site...34x34? Or should I go custom built either 38x38 or 39x39 ?
The 34x34 is about an exact fit as you could go. Each mounting buckle along the perimeter takes up about 2-1/2 inches so nets grid is 34”+2.5” for one sides buckles and then other sides buckles + 2.5” = 39”
Hello, few questions, I have a Land `Rover Defender with a rack that measures 72” long and 52” I carry tote boxes, tents etc on the rear half the rack, the rest is for my hi lift jack and roto pax cans, that are bolted down to the rack frame, what size would you recommend,, 2” webbing, considering I need only half the rack covered Thanks Do you ship to the UK? Thanks
The 34” x 42” size would be spot on for this purpose. You may wish to remove the two center straps when you get it up on top depending on the floor of the rack if no points to anchor easily but normally you could just leave it as is. If you send a picture of the rack to us at firstname.lastname@example.org can advise most accurately. Ship worldwide including UK no problem. Carrier options are often available at checkout.
My cargo basket Frame Dimension: Length 67.6"" x Width 41.4"" x Height 8.42"". What size Roof Rack 2" Webbing Cargo Net would you recommend? Thanks for your help.
34x58 would be the suggested size for that rack size. Consider adding a pack or two of the extension straps for extra capacity if needed. Here's a short video if more info is needed: https://vimeo.com/315950623
What size would you recommend for gobi stealth rack 2018 4runner? Looking to put backpacks, tents, sleeping bags, and pelican cases on top.
Heres the full length one specifically for that rack https://raingler.com/collections/roof-rack-nets/products/toyota-4th-and-5th-gen-4runner-gobi-full-length-desert-style-stealth-roof-rack-net
We also make a 2 piece version on our roof racks page. Questions to email@example.com
What size would you recommend for a Teraflex Nebo roof rack. It's 43" (between rails) and 45-1/2" long. Thanks!
Recommend the 42" x 42" for this. If you have the eyelets on the cross bars on it I would alos add two pair of the C111HD quick release clips to make loading and unloading one handed and a seconds process to load/unload gear under the net.
Hi, do you know what size cargo net I should get for a prinslu roof rack on a 2018 Toyota Tacoma double cab? I just ordered the prinslu rack so I can’t take measurements yet. Thanks
Hi, We have done many roof rack manufacturers products and some have us design specifically for their products. I would contact Prinsu directly and get the measurements as sometimes even if we have a file, specifications can and do change from the rack manufacturer. Once you have the LxW dimension feel free to use the sizing video below or just give a call.