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Old 25 Jul 2008, 01:08 am
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Default cargo mat and car cover

where is the best place to get a car cover to keep the dust off in winter storage and where is the best place to get a rear cargo liner?
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Old 25 Jul 2008, 06:31 am
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Here is one place that sells Wolf's Custom Fit Covers. I have one and it is great.

Wolf Custom Fit Covers
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Old 25 Jul 2008, 06:57 am
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I bought my car cover from Chrysler. Big bucks but fits pretty well. Very heavy, outstanding coverage.

The cargo net is hard to find. Sometimes eBay has them. Here's a place with a cargo net for a Chrysler Pacifica. It looks to be the same but give them a call to see if it has the hooks on each end to be able to use the PT's "D" rings.

https://www.1stchryslerparts.com/pro...oducts_id/1444
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Old 25 Jul 2008, 07:37 am
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Hi,

I think you are talking about a cargo boot liner, not a net?

If that is right, you can order it from Chrysler in two colours for your 2003 PT:
Dark Taupe: Pt.No.: 82206202
Dark Slate: Pt.No.: 82208108 (this one I have bought myself - fits perfectly!)

Price: around $ 40,-

But thre is a cargo net as well: 05023356AA, ~ $ 50,-
The OEM parts have the advantage to fit without problems!
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Old 25 Jul 2008, 07:42 am
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I think you are talking about a cargo boot liner, not a net?
Georg
My bad. I read the post too fast. So many people are looking for the net since it was discontinued being a free item.

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Old 25 Jul 2008, 07:32 pm
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I'm planning on buying the rubberized cargo mat that you can get from Chrysler. I have the rubber floor mats since I winter drive and also since my job is liquid manure injection and try as I might sometimes my work follows me home... Lol! They look factory and are easy to clean, (just spray em in the car wash.) I think the rear mat is $80 or something from autotrucktoys.

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Old 25 Jul 2008, 08:23 pm
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Have you looked at Weathertech?

http://www.weathertech.com/
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Old 26 Jul 2008, 01:21 am
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where is the best place to get a rear cargo liner?
You might have better luck making your own.

Here's how I did it: First I took out the back seats, then cut a piece of cardboard to contour around the back of the Cruiser, then bought an old carpet remnant and cut it along the pattern, then had a seamstress edge the carpet remnant (Just like the edge of your floor mats.)

The finished cost was only about $30- and if it gets too dirty from our dog, I'll just buy another remnant and make another one.

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Old 26 Jul 2008, 02:00 am
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You might have better luck making your own.

Here's how I did it: First I took out the back seats, then cut a piece of cardboard to contour around the back of the Cruiser, then bought an old carpet remnant and cut it along the pattern, then had a seamstress edge the carpet remnant (Just like the edge of your floor mats.)

The finished cost was only about $30- and if it gets too dirty from our dog, I'll just buy another remnant and make another one.
The cargo mats have a lip all the way around to keep liquids and dirt contained. Yours is a good idea for the dog to lay on and for some protection of the carpet, though.
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Old 27 Jul 2008, 11:49 pm
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Thanx for all the advice
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