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Truck Bed Cargo Net for 2019 Honda Ridgeline


What would be the best choice for a 2019 Honda Ridgeline? Is a linear or spider web stlye best? Do any have durable metal hooks?


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It looks like the 2019 Honda Ridgeline has a 63" long truck bed, so you'll want to use a cargo net that is at least 60" long (longer if you plan on stacking things above the truck bed rails). Whether or not you use a linear or spider web style cargo net really depends on what you'll be carrying.

If you're carrying a lot of symetrical objects that you don't want sliding around, like boxes, a linear style cargo net like the ProGrip Stretch Net # 317-901700 is a fine choice. This cargo net secures to the truck via built-in loops around the edge of the net provide anchor points for tie-down hooks; there are no metal hooks that come on this net, but you could add metal anchor points in the truck bed to secure it to the truck. If you wanted to go that route, I'd recommend using the Bully Clamp Truck Bed Movable Tie Down # WTD-823 which are metal tie downs and that you can use in conjunction with the ProGrip Stretch Net and will attach to the bed rails and can be moved around as needed.

If you carry a lot of uneven loads in your truck, the spider web style cargo nets like the Spidy Gear # 80112-01 provide better coverage to keep things from flying out and keep them secured in place. Most people are going to be better served going with a spider web style net since they're more flexible in terms of uses. These spider web style nets all come with durable plastic hooks, but they should hold up relatively comparable to metal hooks. This cargo net can also be used with the Bully Clamp Movable Tie Downs.

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