Yeah, would have been nice of GM to punch the hole in the bracket so then you just need to find it and screw in that side.Wow...all of that to install the cargo net in the Gen2 Cruze. I have the Gen1 2016 Cruze Limited LTZ. To install my cargo net, I only had to pull the trim liner plugs on both sides and screw in the cargo net holders. I didn't have to mess with the grocery hook at all. The hardest part was getting those plugs out though.
I had stolen one from a Cobalt Rental Car and I kept my Sonata net and use two as a net sandwich. Even with that setup there are no bottom hooks for the net (the Nets have them, the Car doesn't). If you fill up your trunk with some small boxes and a suitcase or just about anything else, whatever you have in the Trunk should be safe. However you don't want a heavy item slamming into the bumper because you know it will mess up the rear lighting or the trunk latch.Is the net very stretchy? I run heavy equipment for work and I keep one of those big plastic containers in my trunk to store my PPE and grease gun. Was thinking of getting the net to hold it tight against the bumper so I wont have to worry about it falling over.
sorry I didn?t realize, I was reading through the thread while at work barring interruptions by the phone.
Assuming you have the threaded hooks, take a bit out of your index just smaller than the diameter of the threads and holding the bit behind the threads, put it up to the light. If you can see the bit, go smaller until you cannot see it. That is the bit to use.What size drill bit did you use?