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Old 02-21-2016, 07:45 AM   #1
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I have been looking at getting one but really want real world info on it. I would like to hear from some folks that have owned this for awhile. I have a 2013 Shelby but that should not matter with this.

How is it holding up?
What do you store in it?
Did you keep the original liner and install this over the top of it?
If so how?

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I bought one a while ago mike. I installed it over the existing liner. It's pretty good quality, and it looks nice. I bought it thinking I could really use for this and that....turns out nothing I wanted to store in it would fit, or I was worried it would leak (like if I put car care stuff in it). So I had it installed for a few months and literally never put a single thing in it. One day I opened my trunk and realized how worthless it was to me, so I snapped a few pics and put it on eBay. Few days later it was out of my life. Haven't missed it.
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I have one. I keep microfiber towels, cleaning supplies, misc GoPro adapters and a quart of oil in the pouches. I have anything that could possibly leak in zip lock bags. So far, so good. Is it the best investment that I ever made? Hell no, but it does the job for me.
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I've been considering this for my 2013 v6. I would love to be able to keep things off the trunk floor such as the cleaning supplies, emergency kit, etc. as it is, most of my detailing supplies sit in the garage, emergency kit in the trunk, small microfiber rag in the center console.

everything in one place, out of sight, but easily accessible allows for a clean looking car. more room if I do need to use the trunk for supplies, groceries, whatever.

that said, I'm not sure $110 would be worth it. which seems like the set price. :/ so I wait.
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I've been considering this for my 2013 v6. I would love to be able to keep things off the trunk floor such as the cleaning supplies, emergency kit, etc. as it is, most of my detailing supplies sit in the garage, emergency kit in the trunk, small microfiber rag in the center console.

everything in one place, out of sight, but easily accessible allows for a clean looking car. more room if I do need to use the trunk for supplies, groceries, whatever.

that said, I'm not sure $110 would be worth it. which seems like the set price. :/ so I wait.
This is what I am thinking. The $110 price tag and not much more storage does not seem to be worth it to me. I will have to figure out another way to hold my detailing supplies while a suit case and cooler are in the trunk. I have done alright so far with this so I will put the money into the 68.

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I was wondering if it would hold jumper cables
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I was wondering if it would hold jumper cables

No way.
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The pockets are much too small to hold jumper cables.


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That is disappointing. :/
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There are three pockets. Each one is 12"L x 6" H x 2" D.

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There are three pockets. Each one is 12"L x 6" H x 2" D.

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I decided this will not work for me. I have a Summit bag I carry all my cleaning supplies in. I just have to pack smart. Also with no spare the stuff I don't use all the time might end up in there.
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