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288 viewsInstalled and what it is. Simply a tray that installs under the dash. My particular model uses a synthetic webbing inside the frame. Rubber trim surrounds the metal frame on the front and sides while the back is black metal trim.
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281 viewsDetail of one of the mounting screws.
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280 viewsLooking down at the driver's side.
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276 viewsHow the parcel tray looks out of the car but with the back-splash clipped in.
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273 viewsFor these pictures I don't have the back-splash inserted in the retaining clips but this shows how it's used to keep items from falling out the front of the parcel tray (remember, front of car is front).
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273 viewsMy seat is all the way back and I have about six inches of space between my shin and the back of the parcel tray.
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266 views"Capogrosso" sticker on the front metal trim of the parcel tray.
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265 viewsLooking underneath at how it stays in: Four pointed screws push into the carpeting and, if really snugged tight, into the skin of the car. This is the front right corner and there's a screw at each corner. Thus the parcel tray is basically held in via expansion...it's pushes on the sides of the cabin wall.
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