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Old 07-25-2016, 05:18 PM   #15
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Originally Posted by pointrow View Post
Trust me there is not room for any thing else on the rod. It is packed tight.

There are at least 3 different styles of hangers on the rod and they all come off.

Don't know about the suspicion. Suppose it could be checked but the road between Tok and Whitehorse is a real bitch. About the time you think you've seen a bad road there is always a worse one ahead.
That's really strange that your clothes are packed tight and they still come off.

I know the road you mean - Destruction Bay (rightly named)...but ours didn't come off, in fact, never in our travels. Our speed was very slow on that section...how about yours?

Good luck with a fix! Keep us informed what worked.

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Old 07-25-2016, 05:24 PM   #16
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I would get your shock absorbers checked, if they are bad they will transmit to much shock to the frame and could cause the hangers to become animated.

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Old 07-30-2016, 06:59 AM   #17
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Instead of putting the hangers on from the front side, hook them from the back! We have done this on our MH/s and have never had any of them fall off.
I have always had this problem. Whenever we return home, there is a stretch of road that is like the lunar surface, and the clothes would always fall off the closet rod. So I figured what the heck, an easy thing to try, just turn all the hangers around and hang them from the back forward. Well we just got back from a trip, and I am happy to report that it worked. I really am not sure how or why, but it just worked! It is an extremely cheap fix as in no cost. Give it a try, and I hope you have the same success as me. Thanks for the suggestion R2Home!

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