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I’ll update this later if I have these for years and they blow me away with their ruggedness. As it stands now I only needed one but they only come in packs of 4. I used it to replace a missing one in my 3rd gen 4Runner. It was super easy to install because it seems super loose. Maybe the mounting point is worn out in my truck. I’ve got a net on the way so I’ll see how secure it really is. I hope they work out.
EDIT: update July 2020. It honestly just pulls right out every time I try to use it. I’m gonna end up having to pay for a OEM one as these just aren’t hitting on much.
I should have read all the reviews because at least 2 people mentioned that it did not fit their Elantra. They looked good and the description said Universal. The screw end is to small for the predrilled holes in the Elantra trunk body. I couldn't find just the hooks in the Hyundai parts lookup- just the whole net assembly. The body shop that did the rear end repair on my car failed to replace the net hooks. I didn't notice it until I needed the cargo net. At least I'm not out too much money. I'll go down to the Hyundai Parts Department and try and see what they can do. Just didn't want to pay their exorbitant prices.
The plastic hooks are not strong enough to use pliers to install (I broke 2 learning). Drill a hole using an 11/64 bit, then run a "pilot" screw (same diameter and thread - I used broken hooks) to tap the hole. Use soap to lubricate the threads and use your fingers (no pliers or other tools!) to screw the hooks in. Hand-tightened gives you a firm grip.
They are as easy to instal as you project is easy is to execute and complete. They are durable and strong as the plastic the hooks are made from. Used these to add more netting in the cargo space of my care and are holding up fine. Should I need more cargo securing, I will get more of these.
If you unscrew (takes a bit of force) the gnarly screws from the hook, the threaded base is perfect for that one lonely stud in the trunk of your Model 3. Good hook for a cargo net, but there's only the one stud up there and it may take some skulduggery to get the best utility out of the setup.
That is easy, but important part, I've fixed my back net (behind the 2nd seats row with 3 of these, to replace some ugly ordinary bolts that previous owner put here, that is much better and easy to mount or remove and seems like from the factory.
This should work but it does not fit right away from where the old hook is installed. I will need to drill the hole a little to make it bigger so I can install this. If you do not have the tools, buy the original. Otherwise this is a cheaper replacement.