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- This 2" wide military and UV rated webbing net is the toughest overloading type net you likely have ever experience and an excellent fit for above the windshield and sunroof area (if equipped) all to the back rails on the 5th gen 2010-newer Toyota 4Runner Gobi and similar sized expedition racks.
This will fit most "weekender" type loads with the nets 34X74" center grid and includes 36" perimeter tensioning straps.
This net is available in Standard 1800PSI webbing or our Premium Quality Zero Stretch even wet, MILSPEC 2500 PSI material and select UV rated stitching options. Standard webbing should be double checked after getting wet for maximum tension.
This net's perimeter frame is double layered material with stainless and black coated cam buckles and tensioning rings to protect your gear and rack's finish.
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.
* 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 taller than 24" loads, pelicans, tires, large coolers on top please consider one of the larger nets on the ROOF RACK NETS on the collections page. The size 50" x 86" is a wider and longer one-piece net designed to fit the entire roof rack is a good suggestion for this type use.
Custom stitching color, material and material color available to make yours unique and fit the look of your 4Runner.
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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