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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 04-13-2010, 02:58 PM Thread Starter
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Retrofit a cargo cover to your Bronco

For those of us without cargo covers, there is hope! I found a similarly sized cargo cover on Craigslist (I think it was for a full size Tahoe). The main support was about 2" too narrow, so I fabbed some supports. The track supports were too thick, so I cut off the stock pieces and added some 1" metal stock. Very easy and complete for about $50 total.

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This is awesome, I love it. As hard a time as I've had finding one, this might be the next best solution.
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This is awesome, I love it. As hard a time as I've had finding one, this might be the next best solution.
I found a red one once at a junkyard and didn't grab it. Kicking myself now.

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Why even get one? Over the years my parents have gone through roughly 1/2 dozen SUVs that came with these, we have a little museum of cargo covers piling up in the garage...

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