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Old 12-26-2006, 09:22 PM
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Modular Cargo Liners

Anyone found a good source for 'modular' cargo liners? Something that you can leave in and still use the 3rd row seats if you wanted?
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Old 12-26-2006, 10:06 PM
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Anyone found a good source for 'modular' cargo liners? Something that you can leave in and still use the 3rd row seats if you wanted?
Try Cargo-Logic. They are made by Lund-Industries.
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Old 12-27-2006, 01:46 PM
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Doesn't look like they make a model that will cover the 3rd row if down and allow you to raise the 3rd row if you need to use it. It looks like they only make a model that fits behind the 3rd row seats.
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Doesn't look like they make a model that will cover the 3rd row if down and allow you to raise the 3rd row if you need to use it. It looks like they only make a model that fits behind the 3rd row seats.
Take a look at the Ford Expedition Accessory Catalog that you can download from FORD:

http://www.fordaccessoriesstore.com/fas/b2c/download_catalog.asp


On page 7 they show the Cargo logic with a split for the third row seats to be unfolded.

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Old 12-27-2006, 04:13 PM
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Thats interesting, I called cargo-logics customer service line and they told me they didn't have anything.... I'll have to take a trip to the Dealer and see if they have any... I want to see how far up the back of those 3rd row seats they cover.

Otherwise it looks like something custom...

I'll have to see how much the remote start is as well, one thing that Chev' s include stock that I would like to have seen on these.

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Well I just picked up my Cargo Logic and it's only for the standard length Expedition not the EL. The best that the parts guy could tell is the Molded Cargo Area Protector is also only for the standard length Expedition. So I'm still looking.

BTW, the Cargo Logic tray had a carpet like surface and split for the 40/60 3rd row seat. From the looks of it, I don't have much faith that it will hold up well before the pivoting seam section will split/crack.

I think the EL may need a 2 piece liner.
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Old 01-23-2007, 10:16 AM
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Do you think it would cover the entire 3rd row seat backs when in the down position for the standard Expy?

If they split you will have a two piece liner

Did you get these through Ford?
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i got all custom fit mats from qualitycarmats.com and love them. they make a T one that goes all the way through the 2 row captains to a 3 row runner. The quality is awesome. i would give them a call to see if they could make something.
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Got the one from the Ford Accessory store - which is cargo logic. It works ok, has the split for the third row seat. It is a charcoal color, not black . The other thing is that it has velcro on the back side of the mat so if you want to fold or unfold a seat you need to lift the mat off of the seat back prior to doing so or it will push/drag the mat around as well as eventually stretching your seat back material ... not a huge deal but something to be aware of.

I can't believe that Ford didn't have them make it in black to match the interior.
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I went ahead and got a Husky cargo liner for the entire area behind the 2nd row seat. If you raise the 3rd seat up, the liner actually folds nicely with the seats up. Alternatively, you can get a smaller liner that fits behind the upright 3rd row seat, but then you have to take out the larger liner and put it somewhere.

The other cargo liners makers don't seem to be on the ball with 07 liners yet.
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