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Domromer

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My TT has a large closet perfect for hanging lots of clothing. Every time we drive somewhere and stop all out clothing is on the ground. Is there a way to keep the hangers from falling down? Is there a special hanger?

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Domromer wrote:

Is there a special hanger?

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Domromer wrote:

My TT has a large closet perfect for hanging lots of clothing. Every time we drive somewhere and stop all out clothing is on the ground. Is there a way to keep the hangers from falling down? Is there a special hanger?

We had that problem in our previous Class C, but a few minutes with a pair pliers squeezing the hooks down until they fit the rod tighter took care of it. I made them just tight enough that there was a little bit of spring action as they slipped over the rod.


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All my hangers are plastic. I'd hate to buy new ones.

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Domromer wrote:

My TT has a large closet perfect for hanging lots of clothing. Every time we drive somewhere and stop all out clothing is on the ground. Is there a way to keep the hangers from falling down? Is there a special hanger?


Below is what we use and works great as long as you don't forget to put it up before moving.

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LarryJM wrote:

Domromer wrote:

My TT has a large closet perfect for hanging lots of clothing. Every time we drive somewhere and stop all out clothing is on the ground. Is there a way to keep the hangers from falling down? Is there a special hanger?


Below is what we use and works great as long as you don't forget to put it up before moving.

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That's interesting. Where did you get that?

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We had a previous trailer that tended to slip clothes off of the rear closet pretty badly. It was a simple matter to just strong a bungee cord across the top of the rod and let the cord keep the hangers on the rod. Of course you CAN purchase special hangers that actually clip on the rod too.


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That's interesting. Where did you get that?


You can get or should be able to get them at the Camping World store there in Flagstaff. The are for keeping things in Refers/cabinets from falling out. They come is a couple of sizes so measure the width of you closet.

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Stagger them. One forward, the next backwards etc.


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YC 1 wrote:

Stagger them. One forward, the next backwards etc.


Our camping world was wiped out in the tornado a few months ago. It not supposed to open again until March. I'll look for those next time I'm in Phoenix.

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