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Instead of buying the rear cargo cover, I decided to manage my space as I wish.


First here is the back made of plywood 5/8" recover with commercial rug.
I use elastic on each corner to tie it down for safety.
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Now this is for the left side or 40% side.I use a 3/8" metal bar to have the 40% floor panel sit on it
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Same for the right side ,60%.
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Here's both rod installed ready to receive the floor panels.
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Then I use bolts and wood nuts to attach to the rear panel.
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When I install the front panels , 40% or 60% I move the front elastic to have more clearance for underneath cargo.
Rear panel only
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Front panel
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40% side.
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Seen for side
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60% side.
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FULL floor.
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Underneath full floor
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If you want to remove the back panel, it has to go out to the front.

First get the safety belts out of the way.
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The push the back panel in front.
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Then slide it trough the side door.
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