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anyone got a boot cargo net, i know that vw never produced one for a mk4, but would an a3 or mk5 one fit.

need something to stop my disklock flying about
 

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Hello Cotters,

which net do you mean? On the floor or between roof and rearseat?

I am working at the Dutch VW-importer Pon, so I can easily look thing up!

Han, proud owner of a MK IV R32-DSG!
 

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Yes its still new in its wrapper too.

I'll dig it out if i can find it and double check its the right size if you wanna buy it.
 
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after the boot one, that holds things tight to the fboot floor.

let me know a price and ill get back to u
 

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There are two versions for std. boot and 4wd versions!

I bought the 1Ko065110 one, the other one is 1K0065111.

Retail VW-price € 50.00 is about £ 35.00 -38.00.

Good luck, Han
 

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I have one, its a zipped one that you put stuff in and zip it up. If you want me to get some pics I can no problem but its much better then a normal cargo net as it stops stuff moving around under the net. :)
 

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Vetteman-R32 said:
There are two versions for std. boot and 4wd versions!

I bought the 1Ko065110 one, the other one is 1K0065111.

Retail VW-price € 50.00 is about £ 35.00 -38.00.

Good luck, Han
Isn't the 1K0 065 111 version for "raised boot space"? I would have thought that would be the 4-motion i.e. R 32 version.???

Would either of these fit a Mk IV R32 properly, do you think?

The hooks at the back are quite close together, so a square net designed to hook onto 4 hooks mounted on the sides doesn't fit very well. It gets all bunched up and loose across the back two hooks.
 

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cotters said:
i want one thats tight to the floor to hold the disklock
Snap , so do I (I had a pug 307 years ago and I did put the net into my old TDI.

I brought a boot mat to help protect the boot and also to stop things sliding round the boot .
 
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