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Anyone here purchased these from Honda?
I think my dog and climbing gear will mark up the plastic easily. I might improve the blanket layout.
I can see where that could benefit you and your buddy, but they are not very attractive (IMO).
They appear to be made of stiff plastic material, and will likely show scratches and surface marring (dog nails, equipment scratches, etc).
If you end up with some marring/damage on your OEM fuzzy-stuff side panels, you can always install the cargo side protectors later (to cover up the damage).

That said, I did install the rear seat back protectors (08P42-TGS-100B) , since we frequently carry large items (plants, wet stuff, and building materials) and frequently have the seat backs in the down position; a pool noodle between seat & rear cargo area results in very flat, protected cargo area. We had similar-type rear-seat-back protectors on Subaru Outback and quickly learned to appreciate the protection they offered.

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I can see where that could benefit you and your buddy, but they are not very attractive (IMO).
They appear to be made of stiff plastic material, and will likely show scratches and surface marring (dog nails, equipment scratches, etc).
If you end up with some marring/damage on your OEM fuzzy-stuff side panels, you can always install the cargo side protectors later (to cover up the damage).

That said, I did install the rear seat back protectors (08P42-TGS-100B) , since we frequently carry large items (plants, wet stuff, and building materials) and frequently have the seat backs in the down position; a pool noodle between seat & rear cargo area results in very flat, protected cargo area. We had similar-type rear-seat-back protectors on Subaru Outback and quickly learned to appreciate the protection they offered.

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I'm only missing the back seat protectors. They are something I've thought about.
 

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I have these and they are great for wet/snow conditions. You also don't ruin the carpet when putting stuff in the back.

Honda All-Season Floor Mats - High Wall (Passport)
Check out the WeatherTech floor liners. Provides much more protection, and a nice clean custom fit.
Thought Sendbeta was inquiring about Rear cargo area covers . . . :unsure:

I store and use a few cheap $3.99 Harbor Freight black moving blankets as cargo covers, or to protect the wheel-well 'fuzz' during load carrying, and to drape over the rear bumper to protect it from scary scratch serpents.
 

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Anyone here purchased these from Honda? The installation instructions show a lot of drilling holes though the rear panels. I should just improve the blanket layout for the pup and adventure gear.
it’s on my list of next purchases. The install looks easy if you’re comfortable using a drill. I have the two other protectors, I would have just gotten this at the time of sale had I know about them. My dog’s a lot bigger than yours so I’d rather see mars on plastic than tore up carpet.
 

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Here is another Honda dealer that I have used to get items from my vehicles - very good prices
 

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Thought Sendbeta was inquiring about Rear cargo area covers . . . :unsure:

I store and use a few cheap $3.99 Harbor Freight black moving blankets as cargo covers, or to protect the wheel-well 'fuzz' during load carrying, and to drape over the rear bumper to protect it from scary scratch serpents.
I have one of the blue ones from Harbor I use the exact same way. Firewood, pavers, doors, etc and back still looks brand new. Plus, pull it out the right way after use, shake off, refold and good to go with no extra cleanup. I do have one the Honda mats back there, that came with the PP, but I still prefer to cover it with the blanket when needed to keep it scratch free and looking new.
 

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I also keep a couple of the black Harbor Freight moving blankets stowed in the lower compartment. Also great for covering up items that you don't want to be visible to others. You know those guys that have their hands cupped against their face to see what ya got back there, the ones that go shopping in the parking lot while your in the mall shopping
 

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I can see where that could benefit you and your buddy, but they are not very attractive (IMO).
They appear to be made of stiff plastic material, and will likely show scratches and surface marring (dog nails, equipment scratches, etc).
If you end up with some marring/damage on your OEM fuzzy-stuff side panels, you can always install the cargo side protectors later (to cover up the damage).

That said, I did install the rear seat back protectors (08P42-TGS-100B) , since we frequently carry large items (plants, wet stuff, and building materials) and frequently have the seat backs in the down position; a pool noodle between seat & rear cargo area results in very flat, protected cargo area. We had similar-type rear-seat-back protectors on Subaru Outback and quickly learned to appreciate the protection they offered.

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I just ordered rubber mats for front/rear seats, seat back protectors, and folding cargo cover from conicellihondaparts dot com. $257 for whole set. Ive had weathee tech before and dont care for over time fact high edges get bent down and look like crap. Good deal for OEM parts at 35% off Honda prices. Passport logo on them
 

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I have them, dealer installed. I like the one in back though at times I wish it had no lip as sliding things is tougher. The ones on back of seats are not all that well attached and those round snap on things (you can see them in someone's pic above) pop off too easily. I'm thinking I should replace them and just screw and washer into the existing screw hole instead of just snapping these onto the screw - anyone tried that?
 
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