Part #: 68158111AA
I got this for free when I was picking up the handles, so I figured why not put it in. I don't think I will ever use it for clothes, but it might have it's uses.
|Here is what's in the plastic bag. I didn't take a photo of Jeeps lovely picture drawing installation guide, though it's actually pretty good (simple). The clothes hanger is pretty simple, and actually has some weight to it. It even has Jeep embroidered on the strap.|
|Quick demonstration on how the strap threads through the buckle. In the back and then back though the front hole.|
|I put the hanger behind the rear seat right against the cross bar for the roll bars. Loop the strap over the roll bar and thread it through the buckle. Pull it tight.|
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