One of the things we discovered on our first cross country is that baggage storage isn’t as easy as in the Cessna. And once the bags are stowed, they can easily come forward since the baggage shelf is elevated above the floor.
When I was coming home from Sebastian, I picked up a cargo net from Walmart which was kind of okay except there was no easy way to attach it.
I asked members of the VOBA (Velocity Owners & Builders Assoc) how they attached their cargo restraints and was tipped off on these.
I like the idea. When not in use, the only thing visible are the round plates. But four won’t be enough. I really need six. I hate the idea of buying 8 just to throw 2 away. So I went directly to the manufacture and bought 6.
Then it was a simple matter of embedding 6 drilled and tapped hardpoints and covering with the requisite 2 layers of BID.
Once it cured, I installed the mounting plates.
Then, rather than use the hooks to attach the net, I looped it through the rings.
Now if we ever hit turbulence, I won’t have to worry about Ann’s luggage coming up front.