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Simple solution for coat hook to use for dry cleaning etc

Discussion in 'Model S: Interior & Exterior' started by bdukov, Sep 27, 2013.

  1. bdukov

    bdukov Member

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    I know this may sound odd for having spent $110K on a car, and then having to "jimmy-rig" a solution to the absent coat hooks, but here it is:
    It can be easily removed when there is a rear seat passenger, and it costs 25¢ (4 for 99¢ at the "99 cent store") The "over the door" hook, as it is called, slots into the back of the middle rear seat belt mechanism.
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  2. DCinDC

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    Rigged? Indeed! Effective? Uh huh. Thanks for the simple suggestion. I think I'll do it when nobody's looking.
     
  3. bdukov

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    I know it's kind of embarrassing, but it works!
     
  4. Amped_up

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    Very clever...Nice job
     
  5. William13

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    Thanks, I will buy one/four.
     
  6. spaghetti

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    Very cool! Thanks for the tip.
     
  7. logan

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    Awesome solution! Will have to give this a try myself.
     
  8. Nvbob

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    If it's stupid but it works, it's not stupid.
     

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