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If you own a truck (the kind with a big engine and open cargo area in the back), or if you have a sports utility vehicles and like to call it a truck, this article is for you. Not all loads are alike. Sometimes you have this, that, and everything in the pickup for a weekend of camping. Other times it is simply a few groceries. To spare you the trouble of losing items while driving down the highway, or having to corral individual eggs (or what was formally known as individual eggs), you might want to spend some money on a Truck Cargo Net.

Purely for the curious, there are approximately ten definitions for truck found in several online dictionaries. Only one definition pertains to a vehicle for hauling and that is so vague a motorized bicycle with an attached cart could qualify, well, whatever. The focus will stay on pickup and SUVs.

Size does matter. By knowing the width and length of the bed area, you will be able to purchase the right size for your most common load. Many nets can be adjusted but you do want one that has adequate coverage from side to side. Length of a net, from front to back, can be adjusted by folding, but you might want to look into having a couple of nets for different types or size of cargo.

Nets come in a smaller size for roof racks and baskets, hitch carriers, and as catches for beds and the inside of SUVs. Catches are for smaller items like groceries. The unit attaches to the bed sides and can be mounted at the tailgate or the cab. Small nets can also be used inside SUVs to keep items upright and prevent them from rolling around the back.

The design of the nets is a standard grid pattern. The size of the grid varies with brand, and material, and for what use the net is intended. For heavy loads, you will probably find that seatbelt grade webbing is used and grids are approximately 4 inches/101.6 mm to 6 inches/152.40 mm square.

Lighter, more generic loads will use bungee material with much smaller grids. Bungee nets can also come in a spider web-like design providing more support. There are also composite netting products that combine bungee and webbing to be able to cinch around a load.

Look for heavy-duty materials on the netting. Most common are polypropylene covering for the bungee cord design. These nets usually come with tough plastic hooks for attachment to the vehicle. For cinch or webbing nets, seatbelt-grade polyester that is reinforced at each junction is best. Look for brass rolled ridge grommets for strength of attachment.

Purchasing a Truck Cargo Net is a cheaper solution than the outcome of not having a net. If you drive off-road with camping equipment, think what you could lose. Driving top speed on the highway and something flies out and hits the vehicle behind you, hello insurance agent. The grocery situation has been explained. Do an online search and find the right net for your hauling needs.
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