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Highland 95031 Turbo Fence Bed Divider

3.6 out of 5 stars 16 customer reviews

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  • Designed to hold loose items in truck
  • Cargo divider, net and organizer all in one
  • Adjustable tension bar and stabilizing legs for a one size fits all design
  • Pewter hammertone finish on frame for a dressy look and weather resistant finish
  • Adjustable from 57 inch long, 74 inch wide and 16 inch tall with 39 inch long by 10 inch wide mesh
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Technical Details

Brand Highland
Item Weight 8.2 pounds
Product Dimensions 3 x 10 x 40 inches
Item model number 95031
Discontinued by manufacturer Yes
Manufacturer Part Number 95031

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ASIN B0009J3M0C
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3.6 out of 5 stars 16 customer reviews

3.6 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #702,895 in Automotive (See top 100)
#936 in Automotive > Exterior Accessories > Truck Bed & Tailgate Accessories > Cargo Nets
Shipping Weight 10.7 pounds
Date First Available April 29, 2005

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Product Description

Highland Turbo Fence Bed Divider is a cargo divider, net and organizer in one. The adjustable tension bar and stabilizing legs have a pewter hammertone finish and webbing strap loops to hold the 10 inch tall net. This bed divider can be adjusted from 57 inch to 74 inch wide.

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Will not stay in place, a ten pound box will make it flip up and release yor cargo all over the bed the feet at the bottom are poorly aligned not worth 54 dollars, cheaply made. I spent 12 dollars at the lumber yard and made a custom cargo fence this works 10 times better. I you have to have something like this spend the money on a good bed extender forget this junk it's going back!!!
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This divider is unique in that no one else makes this design. It works well when aligned behind or in front of the wheel wells. However, when you lock it over the wheel wells it is too high for the cross legs to contact the bed floor. I had to make longer cross legs to keep it from flipping up. There should be another set of locking pads on the bottom.

The carrier net works just like those found in most SUVs. It is convenient for holding small, light objects like shopping bags, rain coats etc.
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It works perfectly for me. I like the cargo net. Mine stays protected so I have no rust issues or deterioration from UV on the net. Sturdy and plent of adjustment. Swivel end cleats do well even on bed contours.
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I just installed this yesterday, so this review is tentative as of 1/25/09. I bought this in spite of the one review which rated this at one star, because I didn't see anything more attractive. I want to use my truck for commuting, shopping, etc., and want to be able to put grocery bags, boxes, etc, in the back without having them slide forward. I have a flexible cover on my truck which sometimes gets covered by ice, so when things do slide all the way in, I have to climb inside. Not good if I'm in decent clothes... Also, I want to be able to remove it if I need the whole bed...

I will update this after I've actually tried it for a couple of weeks.

Structurally, the bars seem solid enough. The apparatus is held in place by two steel, rubber coated pads which work off of threaded fittings going into both ends of the top bar. As the user screws the pads around, the width of the apparatus gradually increases, thread by thread (quicker, preset, less precise adjustments are also available through adjusting the lenth of the top-bar, to get you in the ballpark). It is then necessary to kid of jam everything into place to make it secure. (There are two pre-drilled holes in each pad, should you wish for a more permanent installation, but I don't think most people would want that.) The bottom of the apparatus rests on two short, perpendicular cross bars, as shown in the photo. In other words there is not much to keep the bottom from pivoting in under pressure (say, strong braking), but there is some resistance.

I find the photo somewhat deceptive. The "U" shape of the lower part of this is actually narrower than it would appear, presumably to allow it to fit between the wheel housings.
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II have seen some of the reviews for this that were not very good but I found the opposite it seems to be held nicely on the sides by rubber feel and sits on the bed with two feet to help keep it from lifting at the bottom. This is definitely not designed to keep heavy items in place but works fine for the 5 gallon gas containers and lawn chairs I keep in the front of my bed
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The Turbo Fence does fit nice and is very sturdy. My only problem is with the net. The net is not flexable. I was hoping that the net would be more elastic like the cargo nets that come in SUV's or minivans. It will only work for small items. You won't be able to grocery shopping and put your items in the net. It should do a good job at keeping them from sliding forward though.
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By fish on March 13, 2013
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Got this item yesterday. Took it out of box, could see it was used.I took the junk cheap tubes off the bottom.Put a wood base on it, had all this stuff on hand. I just made the frame better.If you think the way it comes out of the box it will work FORGET IT.
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I have a 2008 Tundra, this was an item i thought i could not live with out. Bad move, im ready to toss it in the trash. Its not really a practical item, once i secured it at the end of the bed of the truck near the tail gate which took several adjustment. It was ok, but then i had to remove it to load some sheet rock. Its the putting it in and taking it out that makes it not practical. Im only 5"8 tall , so i installed mines near the tailgate. If your 6"7 tall, you may be able to install it in the rear of the bed near the cab of the truck.
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