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Discovery 2 Cargo Barrier

Discussion in 'Expeditions' started by Si Click, Feb 22, 2019.

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  1. Si Click

    Si Click Well-Known Member

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    What are people using as a cargo barrier on D2s? I have looked at the Dog Guard option and it does not seem to be secured solidly enough to assure it won't let fail in the event of a crash.
     
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    I had the same issue with my D1. Ended up modifying a dog guard to make it strong enough. I had a pretty bad accident many years ago however the only injury I sustained was that from a beer bottle flying from the boot into the side of my head. Can only imagine what an axe or sledge hammer would do.

    Take a look at Discovery 2 expedition vehicles and Australian D2s.
     
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    Thanks, the only dedicated cargo barrier I can find is made by Milford. Sadly they are an Australian company and are difficult to get even in Australia. None that I can find in the UK.
     
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    Have you tried Dixon fabrications? Sure they do custom stuff at good prices, could be worth giving them a ring
     
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    Thanks for that. Ian is making me some tree sliders at the moment. I've not seen them advertise any cargo barriers, but I'll ask.
     
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