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    Removable Cargo Barrier

    G'day All,

    I was just wondering weather anyone has seen a cargo barrier for a prado which is easily removable. For camping obviosly i need a cargo barrier, but it would be nice to be able to remove it quickly if i want to carry and long load or rear seat passangers.

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    Re: Removable Cargo Barrier

    Should not take more then five minutes to do.
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    Re: Removable Cargo Barrier

    Quote Originally Posted by karrathaprado2
    Should not take more then five minutes to do.
    Agree.
    I had one fitted 2 weeks ago. It was a Milford and was very easy to remove. No tools required. It is fixed in with four bolts with domed round heads easily gripped by your fingers.

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    Re: Removable Cargo Barrier

    You can also get a cargo net made by Milford. Have see one on here in someones vehicle, it just hooks into place from what I can see.
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    Re: Removable Cargo Barrier

    I have seen the net, but i really want a steel barrier so i can hang stuff on it. I have had another look yesterday, I think what i will do is get the black widow half cargo barrier. If i do then i can still lay the back seats down and put long things in the car and when the seat up everyone is still protected. The only time i need to take it out is if i need to really fill the car.

    Thanks guys !

    Cheers

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    Re: Removable Cargo Barrier

    Hi Stewart,

    I have a steel Milford (I think) in the back of my Prado, can take it out by myself in about 3 mins. The longest part is getting the drawers out that cover one of the bolts on the floor.

    4 bolts, 2 in the floor and 2 (1 on each side) on the side, no tools can all be done by hand..

    Cheers

    Jason

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    Re: Removable Cargo Barrier

    Can the origional installation be done by hand is it bolt in or are there some mods required to get it in for the first time
    Dont list all ya mods, you will only be more upset when i get further

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    Re: Removable Cargo Barrier

    I had mine installed when I brought the car, so now sure what is involved in the "first" install. I am assuimg some mods would have been done as both side panel have had holes drilled for the bolts to pass through.

    IHere is a post with some install pictures, looks like the same barrier I have..

    http://www.pradopoint.com/viewtopic....stall&start=20

    Cheers

    Jason

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    Re: Removable Cargo Barrier

    Hi Stewart

    I have a Milford barrier and like jasonh & MDS69 can get it out in about 3 minutes.

    Note if your fourby has curtain airbags, you need a barrier that accomodates them (has "cut outs" in top corners).

    Back in 08 when I took delivery, Toyota didn't have one that suited curtain airbags maybe they do now :?: :?:

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