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For anyone who plans to purchase the cargo liner, here's a few pictures. This accessory is quite useful for those Home Depot trips. I especially like the skirt that drops down the rear bumper. Definitely helps avoid scratches when loading heavy stuff.
 

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Pic with the skirt up. This protects the tailgate panel from getting scratched if you have a lot of stuff.
 

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Closer view with the 2nd row seats down
 

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Here's how the side panels are protected. They even put holes for the subwoofer. BTW the edges are held in place by velcros.
 

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I'm sold!

Thanks so much for the liner pics! I started thinking last nite that I might want to get it--- especially for when I'm carting my dog around in the back. Now after seeing it, I'm definitely adding it to my accessories wish list. Hmmmm, maybe I can get the dealer to "throw" one in? Wouldn't hurt to try! :D
 

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Thanks for showing us some pictures. I've got a question. I got the Cargo Liner but there was no skirt. Does everybody that has the Cargo Liner have a skirt too? Or did my dealer screw up?
 

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I like it!

I have the tray and I don't do heavy duty hauling. But for camping trips and other scratchable hauling, the liner is great! In fact, the cargo tray could set right on top of the liner and offer double duty protection.

Thanks for posting the pics!! :)
 

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Thanks for showing us some pictures. I've got a question. I got the Cargo Liner but there was no skirt. Does everybody that has the Cargo Liner have a skirt too? Or did my dealer screw up?
I think they forgot to give you the skirt. You get 3 pieces when you purchase the Cargo liner (main big piece liner, skirt and a storage bag). The skirt is a separate piece that velcros to the main piece.

Dmor, very good point. The cargo tray definitely can set right on top of the liner to protect for any spills (like melting snow from skis) then the liner can protect the edges from scratches.
 

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Cheetos,

Thanks for the pics! I've heard about these skirts that come with the tray and have been very curious about what they look like. When I finally get my X, I'll def get the tray...

Thanks again,
Rob:cool:
 

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can you fold the seats up and down with this in?
 

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So your X is a she ? well its got a skirt on right? :D


TECK!
 

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can you fold the seats up and down with this in?
Yes the 2nd row seats can be folded up or down with the cargo liner on. The 3rd row seats can't be used with the liner on though. Here's a pic with the 2nd row up.

Yeah Teck definitely a she. Hey she talks and gives me directions you know. ;) ;) ;)
 

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thanks for the picture, I know this will come in handy during deer season and those trips with the fur shedding dalmation.
 

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Cheetos

Thanks so much for posting the pictures. Yours are so much more informative than the ones on the Acura website.

The cargo liner is now on my Christmas list!
 

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questions...

Cheetos, thanks!

Two questions, because I'm not sure I'd want the cover installed full-time:

1) how long does the cover take to deploy and remove?

2) Does it fold compactly enough to fit in a storage area?

thanks,
ablank
 

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Hi Cheetos,
thanks for sharing your pics. this is the only accessory i will definitely not be able to live without. i love taking my dog "Chico" swimming, but wet fur smell just doesn't compare to the smell of new car!
 

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Good point. What kind of labor is involved? Velcro straps, button fasteners, etc. I have a baby carseat and was wondering if it may or may not affect it during install and removal. Also, what kind of material is it made out of? Nylon, tarp material, etc?
Thanks
 

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Re: questions...

ablank said:
Cheetos, thanks!

Two questions, because I'm not sure I'd want the cover installed full-time:

1) how long does the cover take to deploy and remove?

2) Does it fold compactly enough to fit in a storage area?

thanks,
ablank
1). It takes me about 2 min to deploy and 1.5 min to remove and store.

2). It folds small enough to fit in the included bag then it can go to the storage compartment.

Here's a pic with the liner folded
 

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PolyTat

The liner is mostly attached by velcros (4 on each side and one under the latch of the floor storage. To keep it snug on the floor and 2nd row seats, there are small hard flaps that slide in between the floor and carpet back seat. As long as the baby carseat is on the 2nd row, installing or removing the liner will not be a problem. It's material is made of a very heavy duty nylon.
 

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answer me this

Cheetos,

Thanks! However, how secure are the velcro strap stitchings?? Have they come to the point where you notice the stitching starting to pull or wear away from the nylon?? Perhaps you can take a picture of it.
 
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