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Has anyone purchased and installed a cargo liner for their RC 350? I assume everyone at some point is going to put something really dirty back there and you don't want to be cleaning mud from fabric.

Pictures of your installation would be great too!
 

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Never! I don't even put groceries back there. That's what the Santa Fe is for.
 

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If I was going to be putting something dirty in the back it would be in a box, rather have that sort of thing contained and not have to worry about it moving around making even more of a mess.
 

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Never eally understood these unless you really plan on carting lots of stuff around quite often. I really haven't ever had a time where I am inspired to buy one.
 

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Never eally understood these unless you really plan on carting lots of stuff around quite often. I really haven't ever had a time where I am inspired to buy one.
What does carrying a lot of stuff around quite often have to do with a cargo liner? How much you're carrying around is irrelevant here.
 

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Never eally understood these unless you really plan on carting lots of stuff around quite often. I really haven't ever had a time where I am inspired to buy one.

It really has to do with not getting your trunk carpet dirty. Let's say you are out golfing and it starts to rain. Your golf bag might be wet or muddy, and in the trunk it goes getting dirt all over that nice carpet. The trunk liner would prevent all that crud from getting on the carpet. The same would apply for any outdoor activity that would necessitate putting whatever was out doors into the trunk.
 

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came with the car. DUDE its hella useful. I would definitely buy it again for my future car.
 
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