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Old 10-03-2013, 06:47 AM   #15
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There are already hooks in my Interstate on the door posts behind the driver's and front passenger's seats. I put an automotible clothes rod there, mainly because it forces me to duck farther and I no longer bang my head on the front television when going from cockpit to living space. But in addition to providing a guard for the TV, it's a good place to hang a paper towel roll convenient to my galley, or hang spare bath towels. And if I really wanted to, I could hang curtains off of it to divide the cockpit from the living space.

It's not convenienetly situated for hanging clothes, though, unless you hang them between the front seats, which would be kind of in the way.
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Old 10-03-2013, 08:12 PM   #16
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Clothing bar below rear storage cabinet

I installed a standard automobile clothing bar under the rear storage cabinet on my Extended Lounge model. I used some plain brushed nickel kitchen cabinet pull handles fastened to the laminated plywood based of the upper rear center storage locker. Only difficulty was reaching inside this deep cabinet to install the screws that hold the handles in place. See photo below.
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I installed a standard automobile clothing bar under the rear storage cabinet on my Extended Lounge model. I used some plain brushed nickel kitchen cabinet pull handles fastened to the laminated plywood based of the upper rear center storage locker. Only difficulty was reaching inside this deep cabinet to install the screws that hold the handles in place. See photo below.
Now all you need to do is cut an access door into the back of that big overhead locker so you can get at stuff in the locker from behind.
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Old 10-08-2013, 05:17 PM   #18
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Here's an image of the hooks purchased at Lowes. Hope this helps. - Jeff
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