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Old 04-10-2008, 11:09 PM
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1991 S-10 Blazer Tahoe Package 4X4 4.3L

Does anyone know of a way/system too separate the cargo area from the passenger area?
I would like not to heat/AC that area as much as the passenger area so my heater airconditioning will be more efficient and comfortable.

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u could set up a barrier like they have stuff to keep ur dogs from coming into the passanger area. something along those lines would work but other than the objective of keeping pets (mainly dogs) in the back there really isnt anything else out there unless u custom make something.
 
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Best bet would be a dog barrier (30 bucks on amazon.com) and cover it with acrylic. That'd divide it...but as far as being thermally effiecient...eh...
 
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Build an insulated OSB wall between the compartments. That would probably be better for thermal efficency, but then you couldn't see out the rear.
 
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