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Old 07-19-2015, 12:32 PM   #29
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Pack in enough clothes in the closet, and compression will keep everything In place!
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Old 07-20-2015, 07:38 AM   #30
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Maybe the reason our clothes stay on the bar is because they are "wedged in and can't go anywhere?
One side is against the wall. One side is against the door.


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Old 07-20-2015, 07:48 AM   #31
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Some of us drive either on horrible roads or way too fast, but I have had clothes fall off all the time until I cut a one inch thick piece of "kayak foam" the closed cell foam used for flotation, and wedge these between the curtain rod and shelf once hangers are in place. This reduces problems to nearly zero, but apparently some of the roads still have bumps enough to even dislodge these.

But, I am actually dropping my trailer tire pressures to 60 psi (16 inch LT tires) which according to Firestone is about correct for my 7300 lbs on four wheels, when hitched to TV.

Maybe tire pressures have more of an influence than I had realized.


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Old 07-28-2015, 05:05 PM   #32
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I purchased some stainless hangers that have a narrower hook at the end that goes on the closet pole. They are a little more effort to take down, but clothes do not fall off of them. However, with that said, we also have some cheapie plastic hangers and only rarely do things fall off.... only if we are going over very bumpy roads like the San Diego freeway!
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Do these fit over the corrugated bar covering?
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These are what works for me. All other hangers I have used fall off.

Amazon.com: Tri-Lynx 1200W Lynx Stay-Put Hanger Set of 6: Automotive
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Do the Lynx hangers work with the corrugated covering on the closet bars?
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I slit a piece of foam pipe insulation and put it over the bar, then secured with duct tape. No worries.
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