Door nets recommendations?

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Anyone know the part number or where to order these door nets? Or even better quality ones? Mine are almost useless from stretching out. I can’t find any for the JL. I have to tuck them into the door from sagging down now.

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Mine look the same way, I am constantly getting onto the kids to stop putting heavy objects into the pockets.
 
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Mine look the same way, I am constantly getting onto the kids to stop putting heavy objects into the pockets.
I’m surprised how weak they are. You put one thing in them and they don’t return to shape.
 

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I’m surprised how weak they are. You put one thing in them and they don’t return to shape.
Yep week 2, I looked over and saw that my wife put her Nalgene bottle in it... to say the least, words were said. She doesn't understand. because "that's what there for" . :angry::computerrage:
 
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Yep week 2, I looked over and saw that my wife put her Nalgene bottle in it... to say the least, words were said. She doesn't understand. because "that's what there for" . :angry::computerrage:
Haha. Yeah similar. Then I got the weird look trying to explain they don’t “exactly” work like that with large things. Water bottles are what did mine in.
 

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Off the subject a bit, but why do the wives and kids always step on and rest there feet on the easily scratched up plastic door opening panels rather than the daggum floor mats?
 

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Off the subject a bit, but why do the wives and kids always step on and rest there feet on the easily scratched up plastic door opening panels rather than the daggum floor mats?
I've got one spot wearing in my interior. Passenger side door opening plastic. Constantly dirty and scratched where my wife drags her feet on it.
 

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Basically never use the door nets. Use them one time and they are ruined.
I looked for a better replacement at one point but didn’t see anything i liked.
 

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Off the subject a bit, but why do the wives and kids always step on and rest there feet on the easily scratched up plastic door opening panels rather than the daggum floor mats?
lack of respect and self awareness.
 

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Didn’t know this was an issue. I always have a full bottle of water in each net on top of gloves and all kinds of junk.
 

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Off the subject a bit, but why do the wives and kids always step on and rest there feet on the easily scratched up plastic door opening panels rather than the daggum floor mats?
Women (and kids) can't appreciate a good thing.

Besides scratching up the door sill panels-- mine used to do all sorts of things that step on my nerves, such as not using the grab handle to get into the (lifted) Jeep, and she leans her entire weight on the door when climbing in. I had to tell her time and time again these doors are designed to be removable and not to hold her entire body weight.

And when she gets off, she kind of want to one-step the entire way down from her seat, forgoing the side-step, but can't seem to reach solid ground with her legs, so she ends up sliding across the seat bolsters, and drag her entire body down, along with whatever sharp objects she has on her cloth and hand bags that snag on whatever paint and trim pieces inside the Jeep.

Then she wanted to sit on the fenders, again, I had to tell her those fenders are basically held together by a few pieces of plastic clips and not designed to support her body weight.

Then she likes to open the doors with the house keys and whatever else in her hands, and I had to tell her that will scratch up the paint.

I can't be the only one bothered by these things.
 
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Women (and kids) can't appreciate a good thing.

Besides scratching up the door sill panels-- mine used to do all sorts of things that step on my nerves, such as not using the grab handle to get into the (lifted) Jeep, and she leans her entire weight on the door when climbing in. I had to tell her time and time again these doors are designed to be removable and not to hold her entire body weight.

And when she gets off, she kind of want to one-step the entire way down from her seat, forgoing the side-step, but can't seem to reach solid ground with her legs, so she ends up sliding across the seat bolsters, and drag her entire body down, along with whatever sharp objects she has on her cloth and hand bags that snag on whatever paint and trim pieces inside the Jeep.

Then she wanted to sit on the fenders, again, I had to tell her those fenders are basically held together by a few pieces of plastic clips and not designed to support her body weight.

Then she likes to open the doors with the house keys and whatever else in her hands, and I had to tell her that will scratch up the paint.

I can't be the only one bothered by these things.
your not! I learn with past vehicles to put 3m protective film all around the door handles As my wife and kids apparently have sand paper hands.
 

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I feel like a weirdo when I tell my wife not to put things in the nets. And she looks at me like I'm one.

I just hate the look once they stretch out permanently. Glad I'm not alone.
 

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I keep getting the lace hooks on my boots caught on these damn things. I nearly twisted an ankle once.
 

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The nets are junk and stretch out way to easy. Mine were fine until my wife and son actually used them. It not like they put anything heavy in n them.

I would use them if they weren’t so delicate. Hopefully the aftermarket will help us on this item as well.
 

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