|Brand||Genuine Dodge RAM|
|Item Weight||5.65 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||17.3 x 10 x 3.9 inches|
|Item model number||82211464AC|
|Manufacturer Part Number||82211464AC|
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Genuine Dodge RAM Accessories 82211464AC 5.7' RamBox Cargo Management
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- Fits: 2009-2012 RAM 1500
- 5.7 feet RamBox cargo management
- Includes 2 cargo nets, 6 vertical and 2 horizontal dividers
- Horizontal load floor provides a flat area
- Vertical dividers help to compartmentalize payload; genuine OEM part
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RamBox cargo management includes 2 horizontal load floors, 3 vertical dividers and 2 cargo nets for each bin. The horizontal load floor provides a flat area from front to back. Vertical dividers help to compartmentalize payload and minimize cargo shifting during acceleration and braking. Cargo nets attach to bin lids and can accommodate small items up to 3 pounds in total weight. Kit includes cargo nets, vertical and horizontal dividers for both driver and passenger compartments.
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The separators just drop in place, and are pretty straight forward. One of the floor boards didn't fit well, and required a little persuasion to lay flat. I'm not sure if it was cut wrong, or if the RamBox was off a little. Either way, it's in there now. You can remove them as needed for larger items.
The separators divide the box both vertically and create a small cavity underneath as well for smaller items which is pretty nice. Not sure how much I'll use that, but it's there.
The nets are a little different story. 1st off, I'm not crazy about drilling a bunch of holes in a brand new truck. If you can manage to get past that anxiety, the front ones installed fairly straight forward.
I had some issues with hole alignment on the rear nets, but they match the photos included and are tight/secure feeling for what they are. I don't think you will be able to put much in them, so unless you have a purpose for them you may be able to avoid drilling holes and just store them until you need them.