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Coat Hooks
Buddy of mine has a CR-V and those guys have coat hooks built into their rear grab handles.... I want that! There's not really anyplace to hang stuff like drycleaning or my suit jacket when I'm driving to work (yes, I use my E while driving with these things....I know I could probably lose my membership for that...).

So, his looked like little inserts. I looked around and found them on the HondaSUV.com marketplace. Just thought I'd share in case someone else wanted something similar. See it installed:

http://www.imageentertainment.com/E7.htm
 

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Not sure why...they work when I go to the posting and click on them....
 

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Huh, now the links work for me.

So how did you install those?
And would you mind providing a link to the page where you purchased these?

Thanks.
 

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"install" is easy. they simply go around the handle and then snap together behind it. They work great. Got them from the marketplace section of hondasuv.com. look for CR-V stuff and you'll find the hooks.
 

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Here's a coat hook alternative method. Get some carabiners (like those on the rear seats and attach them to rear handles. They're very versatile and give the car a high tech look.
 

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[quote:96b2d360a8="lon777"]Here's a coat hook alternative method. Get some carabiners (like those on the rear seats and attach them to rear handles. They're very versatile and give the car a high tech look.[/quote:96b2d360a8]

Carabiniers large enough to fit over the handle are NOT cheap.

While I like the idea of a closed hook (so hangers can't "overflow") and may go to it later, I bought, as a test, a large stainless "S" hook at my hardware store. Cost less than $1.50. Looks VERY functional.
 
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