While I was taking out the threaded plug for the holding tube for the slinky the hole tube was turning.
So I crawled under to have a look see and found something surprising.
The holding tube is supported by some sort of wooden blocks attached to the frame with self tapping metal screws.There is a circular cut out that the tube hangs from with some metal straps that plumbers use holding it in place, but not very securely.Only one screw on each end.
My thoughts are how to tighten this tube up with out stripping the screws in the wood and how long before this wooden hanger goes rotten and falls off completely. I think its a bad choice materials for a long service life. I'm going to have to think this through and maybe swap this wood out for some other more reliable material.
Any ideas out there.?