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Old May 5th, 2008, 05:15 PM
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Where can I get a factory NAS D110 dog guard

LRNA doesnt stock these anymore. Anyone know who might carry them? My dog is already 60lbs and she is only 5 months old. I dont need to tell you its not much fun to have 60lbs of flailing puppy coming over the seats while you are driving!
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Old May 5th, 2008, 05:42 PM
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John,

I have a dog guard, pic attached. Dont know if it is OEM or aftermarket as it was given to me. It is dusty, but only lightly used by PO. I have not used it, but it appears to be missing the hardware that attaches the 2 side pieces, also visible in the photo. Let me know if you are interested.
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Old May 5th, 2008, 05:58 PM
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Old May 5th, 2008, 07:10 PM
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I may be interested too if he dosn't want it.
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Old May 5th, 2008, 07:22 PM
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Here is a pic with the guard dry fitted in the back of my truck. Clearly designed only to prevent dog from coming over the seat, rather than protection for the back of the 60/40 seats. Left and right sides look different as the right has one of the side sections loosely attached, where on the left it is just sitting on the guard.
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I have one for my 110 that I am pretty sure is from Land Rover. The PO told me it came with the truck when new. I will dig it out of storage and post a pic next time I have the camera out.
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Old May 5th, 2008, 07:34 PM
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Matt i sent you a PM. I have the same exact rip in the back of my seats. What causes that?

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I have one for my 110 that I am pretty sure is from Land Rover. The PO told me it came with the truck when new. I will dig it out of storage and post a pic next time I have the camera out.
Michael any idea if the guard goes all the way to the floor to protect the back of the seats?
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Old May 5th, 2008, 07:36 PM
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My rip was most likely caused by the metal spring/tensioner on the back of the drivers side seat. When you fold the second row seats all the way forward, if not careful, the metal pice will puncture the rear of the seat. Mine was there when I got it, but I definately did my part to make it worse.
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I dont think it does. It has been awhile since I looked at it but I dont remember it being tall enough to cover the back of the seats. I also dont remember it looking like the one in the pic posted in this thread. It is buried in my barn but I will try to get a look at it tonight if I can.
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How about a harness and seatbelt latch?
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LRNA doesnt stock these anymore. Anyone know who might carry them? My dog is already 60lbs and she is only 5 months old. I dont need to tell you its not much fun to have 60lbs of flailing puppy coming over the seats while you are driving!
LOL try a 230lb Great Dane.... Danger Will Robbinsion Danger....
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Here is a pic with the guard dry fitted in the back of my truck. Clearly designed only to prevent dog from coming over the seat, rather than protection for the back of the 60/40 seats. Left and right sides look different as the right has one of the side sections loosely attached, where on the left it is just sitting on the guard.
Matt, you need a LaSalle.
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