Apparently a 100 mile round trip on a dirt road was too much for the hanging rod holders in my closet, as the plastic rod holder broke, dropping the rod and hanging clothes to the bottom of the cabinet. The rod was supported by plastic rod holders at each end, which screwed into the inside of the closet. Like most RVs, the inside of the closet is made from a very thin (I'd guess around 1/8 inch thick) veneer-like material. I have a hard time imagining that this material is strong enough to support much. Is there supposed to be some kind of reinforcing behind the screws? When the rod fell out it pulled the two rod holder screws out, so I can't tell if there was some kind of reinforcing backing held in place by those screws or not. I'd like to repair this, but don't know if I should just attach a new set of rod holders to the paneling, or if I need to figure out how to pull the paneling out so that I can reinforce it first. Right now the paneling is OK--it's the plastic rod holder which broke. I'd take this to a shop, but I need to fix it quickly (and the local shops have a quite a backlog right now), and on a budget. Thanks for your help.