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Hi,

I picked up my Yeti this morning after researching the market. Certainly you get a lot of vehicle for the money and I'm looking forward to see how it performs whilst towing.

Anyone got any advice on boot liners?

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Dave
 

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Hi Welcome to the forum, you are right you do get a lot of car for your money, with lots of toys, I mean features. I do not have one in my Yeti but I did have a liner from hatchbag in a previous car. They don't seem to list the Yeti but a call might be worthwhile as they did not list my previous car either.

http://www.hatchbag.com/index.php
 

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Hi Dave, and welcome. I have a rubber boot liner in my vehicle and I think they are great. My wife carries a fair bit of grocery shopping in the boot and if anything spills then its an easy job to take out the liner and hose it down. Just one thing, I would recommend a liner with a raised edge or a lip on the edge so that anything liquid is contained by the liner. It's worth the little extra to buy one of these. There's not much worse than a boot carpet soaked with full-cream milk that has leaked out of a broken container.
The liners will vary in size according to whether you do/don't have the spare wheel option.


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Hi Dave and welcome too. Re Boot liners depends on what you are looking for I suppose permanent or temporary. For trips to our local recycling centre with bags of garden cuttings, etc I use a cheap waterproof liner.
http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=280771492780
(They advertise with model specific names in the title on Ebay but they are all the same size so go generic and pay less)Gives a reasonable fit.

There was a recent post with a link to a discount offer on a permanent liner. Needs cutting to size if you have a spare wheel.
http://www.yetiownersclub.co.uk/forum/special-discount-for-members_topic563.html
 

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Thanks for your advice, I'll be carrying dive kit so liner will need to be waterproof and tough. I'm thinking of the Hatchbag with integral rubber mat. I'll let you know how it performs.
 
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