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    van hooks

    With some good stout fence wire and some hose material you can make nice hooks for the van.
    On the two sided hook, when you unhook one side to get a belt, the hook stays up making it easy to sort through the belts.
    P.S. The photos were facing the write direction before I uploaded them. This site has issues since the rebuild.
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    The primary function of the design engineer is to make things difficult for the fabricator and impossible for the serviceman.

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    Just admit it; the Hose'n wire hooks are better. Soft, strong, long lasting, adaptable, cheap to made from scrap hose, fun for the whole family. Throw those other straps and hooks away. Men with a lot to hold use real Hose'n Wire. Got copper? Got wire? Get Hose'n Wire.
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    I love wired hoes

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    I need a better idea for fastening coils.

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