Thursday, June 8, 2023


Extend-A-Line provides a clothes/towel drying solution


Extend-A-Line clothes drying solution

By Bob Difley

Summer is about to arrive at last, putting the nasty winter weather behind us, and luring us RVers into our active lifestyle for a summer of fun. And with that comes a pile of wet towels, swimsuits, hastily washed t-shirts and underwear – all needing to hang somewhere to dry.

And I bet the camp hosts in your RV park, as well as your immediate neighbors, frown on your awning rails and nearby tree branches festooned with your wet clothes and towels. Clothes drying solution by Extend-A-Line to the rescue.

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The Extend-A-Line, by the Stromberg-Carlson Group, is designed to be mounted to 1” or 1 ½” exterior ladders with 9 5/8” – 10 1/8” spacing between upright tubing.


  • Six independent arms can carry towels, swimsuits, or clothes on hangers
  • Supports 10 lbs. per arm, 60 lbs. maximum load when evenly spaced
  • Wall-mounted bracket provided for RVs without ladders
  • Chrome-plated arms and a plastic body resist rust
  • Two arm lengths available

Click here to watch Mark Polk of RV Education 101 show how it works and how to install. 

You can find Extend-A-Line on Amazon.

You can find Bob Difley’s RVing e-books on Amazon Kindle. Follow on BoondockBobblog.

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6 years ago

My concern would be the wet clothes brushing up against the filthy RV when the breeze blows. The back of an RV has all the road grit and filth, especially if you’ve been driving on wet roads. Perhaps this product has a way of extending far enough away from the RV so that doesn’t happen?

Bob Difley
6 years ago
Reply to  Sam

Yes, Sam, there are two arm lengths, so you could hang clothes and towels out on the ends of the arms on windy days. With no wind you could hang lots of items with no problem.

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