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Q: How do I use the luggage hooks?

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How do I use the luggage hooks?

The luggage hooks are located on both sides of the trunk, and can be used to keep items from rolling around in the trunk. To use the luggage hooks, use proper ropes and hooks to secure your trunk items to the hooks.

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