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Old 09-08-2014, 10:44 PM   #29
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We haven't had any problems with that in our DP's even with the rod being at the extreme rear of the MH. Having air suspension really helps.
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I can't go that slow! the problem is that our wardrobe is in the rear cap so there is a lot of bounce back there. Our last coach had the wardrobe in the hallway and we never had this problem.
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So is ours.......
We also have a 4090 and have never had any clothes hangers come off the bar and the bar is right at the back of the rig.
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My hanger is a folded sheet metal bar with cutouts at 30 degrees and it's close to the ceiling, I have a hard enough time getting my clothes on/off the thing. It was irritating at first, but maybe it's a good thing.
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Flying Clothes

Get rubber knobs at the hardware store and put them on the end of your hangers.
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