ALL STANDARD COLOR GRAB HANDLES, STRAPS, AND DOG LEASHES/COLLARS NORMALLY SHIP IN 2 BUSINESS DAYS.
Stock photos shown.
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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Barrier divider net for all Toyota 5th gen to securely contain dogs and cargo behind the 2nd row seats.
Updated for more side and lower coverage.
Includes all hardware for a nice 8 point quick release system that will allow the vehicle to be returned to a factory appearance later if desired.
Standard installation kit for easy no-drill or modification.
Works with all of our Raingler overhead ceiling storage nets, as shown and sold separately.
NOTES on required install kit options:
*Standard easy install mount kit takes about 30 minutes total and requires no permanent modification to vehicle. (Shown in first 5 images) installs to top ceiling locations with our PVC coated steel mount anchors, side wall mounts allows for simple return to factory appearance later if desired.
*Forward mount kit to move upper part of barrier to above rear seatbelt/headrest area (Shown in last 5 images) with mounting at top on C-pillar. This kit will add more rear upper cargo area capacity but also will lower the net further from the headliner. Includes mounting hardware for both 2 or 3 row equipped 4Runners and can be returned to OEM appearance later if desired.
*3 row equipped models: Barriers are only for use when no passengers are in back seat area.
Adding quick release hooks will cause net to drop down about 1" from ceiling.
Custom stitching color, material and material color available.
How to Install
3rd row or optional lower mounting kit
Better than I expected!
The rear net for our 4Runner has kept the dogs safe, the truck clean, and has even added a space for light gear to get tucked away. Great product and a perfect fit!
Materials and craftsmanship are top notch on my net. Unfortunately the fit of the net in a 2020 4Runner is less than ideal as my agile GSD has figured out that the gap at the edges is large enough that he can jump through. I really wish the net was wider at the top so as to reduce the open gap space. Maybe The crew at Raingler can work with me to add some additional straps and or brackets to keep the escape artists in the rear?
INITIAL RESPONSE: Hello Thanks for letting us know on this! Can you take a picture from the back showing the gap issue? We’d like to help out on this for you and pup. ACTION: Rebuild and Replace Net. OWNER FOLLOWUP: I just wanted to let you know that the replacement net came in last Saturday and its definitely a much better fit than the old one. The biggest difference I see is it appears to be wider on the top thus eliminating the gaps that I had with the old narrow top net. So far so good, my GSD Max is no longer able to easily hop over into the back seat. Thank you very much for working with me to get the fit right! Great Customer Service is a lost art in America, I am glad to know that you and the folks at Raingler are there for me when I need your help. I will definitely recommend you to my colleagues ! Regards, Mariush CASE CLOSED:
Great product, works well, easy to install
Rear seat to floor barrier with forward mount option
Overall experience was great. This is a very well made quality product. The installation videos are pretty easy to follow. There were only a couple of small problems I ran into: 1) I ordered a quick disconnect kit and I’m still not sure what that is. There are no videos that show this part. So I assume that it is the hooks that were sown into the barrier at the top pillar connections. 2) I ordered 2 products at the same time a rear barrier and a back window barrier. All of the misc parts and pieces were all in the same bag and it was confusing to which pieces went to which barrier. For example the nylon straps with the d-rings were two different lengths and I did not realize that until I had one installed and went to put the other one on and noticed it was different length by how far it stuck out of the pillar cap. So that took me some time to pull the cap back off and remove and replace. 3) I also have a few extra parts and pieces that I still have no idea where they go and they are not shown in any video. I have 2 angle brackets with nylon straps that have a flat bracket with a 1/2” hole in the center of it. Again I have no idea as to where this goes or what’s it’s for. I also have 2 extra black d-rings with small flat brackets but no screws with sealing washers to go with them. 5) The rear barrier with the forward mount option is great but it Defoe lowered the top of the barrier and puts it dead center of your rear view mirror view. Which makes it kind of annoying when driving on the streets. I wish this product would take into account the drop down when mounting it with the forward mount option and possibly add more material to make it higher. I actually took 2 of the spare black d-rings brackets and bought some extra screws and mounted those to the head liner and installed a carabiners and pulled the barrier up to get it out of the way of my rear view. So moral of the story is if the installation videos showed the most current version of the barriers and possibly provide written instructions the packaging that would be truly helpful. Great overall product
Thanks for the feedback! Glad to hear that it's working well in there for you. It should serve for many years to come! Please reach out directly to me at email@example.com or call if easier if further questions. 1) The quick disconnect hooks at the top of the net will slide and adjust a bit for more tension. We do keep it as close as possible though to for tghe most coverage but there is some adjustment to them. 2). Thanks for the heads up on the hardware packaging. I could see how that would have been confusing and should not have been in one package. We will address that to not happen in the future based upon your findings. 3) if you will take a photo and email me at the above I'll sort this out for you. (don't see a "4)". 5). Appreciate the feedback and morale of the story! The forward mount kit does have a few drawbacks (being more difficult to install is the main one generally). It sounds like you tailored it specific for your setup though and all in good order. Do reach out if I can be of further assistance!
So far so good! Easy install!