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Old 05-08-2010, 02:50 AM   #1
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Went to the JY today and found a little gem. Mid 90's Rangers and B2000's with extended cabs had a cargo net attached to the back of the cab. The U-bracket that holds the net fits perfectly along the bottom of the front door trim on 97-01 Cherokees (not sure of 96 and prior). This gives you what every XJ is missing - front door storage! I fastened the middle of the net up so it wouldn't sag below the door line.
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nice work. i have been craving "map pockets" sice day one in my 2000. doesnt look too bad. maybe a new strand of cord would make the net more taught at the top?
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what? your jeeps don't have door pockets?
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what? your jeeps don't have door pockets?
I never seen them with one.
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My dads laredo has them. I dont really miss having them in mine though. I just throw everything in the backseat.
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nice work. i have been craving "map pockets" sice day one in my 2000. doesnt look too bad. maybe a new strand of cord would make the net more taught at the top?
I think a new cord would tighten it up but I'm not too concerned about it right now. I'll do it eventually though.

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what? your jeeps don't have door pockets?
Most don't. I know the Laredo's from the early 90's did, but they're the only XJ's I've ever seen with 'em.
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i just checked mine, both my 90 pioneer and my 92 laredo. both have pockets.
i remember my 89 limited had them too.

weird, guess you guys with 97+ lose out.
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Tomorrow I will get pics of what the stock door pockets look like. I have them on my rig.
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my seat covers have em
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my 96 dosent have them but iv got fancy seat covers with em all over the place lol.. wouldnt hurt to have a small one on both doors i gusse..
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My 2000 has them, but it's a limited trim, so maybe that is the reason? I store all kinda crap in there....
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my 87 Lerado has door pockets
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my 90 sport limited has door pockets that are plastic with carpet on them
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nice work. i have been craving "map pockets" sice day one in my 2000. doesnt look too bad. maybe a new strand of cord would make the net more taught at the top?
was able to tighten the top cord pretty easily. It just pulls tighter and you lock it in behind the u-bracket. Looks much nicer now.
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