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Old 12-01-2008, 03:10 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I bought a 96 Disco last week and it came with a Load Space Protector that I really don't need. I think some people use this to keep their dogs back there or hauling something in the back.

It looks brand new to me and retails for $220. I won't be using this. Anyone want to buy this from me? Just make me an offer and pay for shipping.

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Old 12-01-2008, 03:37 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I am not in need of one , but you might specify if you have rear a.c. or not , there are two different models of the dog guards and they retail for 269.99 but are on sale for 220. just my 2cents .... also welcome aboard
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Thanks Roverich and good point. Yes, I do have rear air conditioning. This protector is currently on a 1996 Discovery SE7.
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No problem sweety . I drive the same and was just suggesting ...
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any pics of it? is this the gaurd to keep them from coming over the rear seat?if so i would be interested.

oh nerry mind i found the link yeah i could use the gaurd that hangs jst behind the rear seat as shown in the pic.
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i'm not sure what types of protectors there are. This one can fold down and can go up in the air right behind the rear seats. Wouldn't this be the one that you are interested in? I think the person that had this truck before me had a dog back there. All I know is that I'm taking it out unless I plan to shop and store all of my shopping bags back there so they don't fly forward into the rear seats!! hahaha
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lol yeah thats what im looking for. i wont be back in town where i can make an offer on it for about a month though if you still have it then ill throw you an offer if you havent decided to keep it
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they commonly call those dog guards .
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yeah thats exactly what i need it for. i have two pits that like to go with us when were campin out. but i hate it when they crawl all over the leather.
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Sounds good. Shoot me an email when you get back and I'll let you know if i still have it.
Have a good trip.
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i'm not sure what types of protectors there are. This one can fold down and can go up in the air right behind the rear seats. Wouldn't this be the one that you are interested in? I think the person that had this truck before me had a dog back there. All I know is that I'm taking it out unless I plan to shop and store all of my shopping bags back there so they don't fly forward into the rear seats!! hahaha
Things flying from the rear to the front in an accident often causes death or serious injury. I have always had one in the Rangie and it won't be coming out. Even something as small as a pen has been known to kill someone as it has flown forward in an accident.

If you carry your family in the car, leave it in.
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Things flying from the rear to the front in an accident often causes death or serious injury. I have always had one in the Rangie and it won't be coming out. Even something as small as a pen has been known to kill someone as it has flown forward in an accident.

If you carry your family in the car, leave it in.
Or a box of kleenex . Myth busters
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