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Old 06-18-2011, 10:35 PM   #11
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Old 06-18-2011, 10:59 PM   #12
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I didn't make the slide outs. The local band teacher made them and installed them for us. The outside one is a little rough but it is mine.
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Old 06-24-2011, 07:52 AM   #13
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I LOVE your pantry shelves. Hard to reach things in the back of mine. Did you make them or purchase in a store?
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Old 06-24-2011, 06:23 PM   #14
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I LOVE your pantry shelves. Hard to reach things in the back of mine. Did you make them or purchase in a store?

See post #12. The materials came from Home Depot.
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Old 07-02-2011, 06:30 PM   #15
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Where did you get the hardware for the slides. Just got my trailer and i am looking to do that to our pantry. The inside dem is 11 wide by 24 dept. and the door opening is only 9" wide.

any help would be great,

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Old 07-05-2011, 10:00 PM   #16
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Where did you get the hardware for the slides. Just got my trailer and i am looking to do that to our pantry. The inside dem is 11 wide by 24 dept. and the door opening is only 9" wide.

any help would be great,

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A carpenter/cabinet builder made them for me. He bought the hardware at either Lowes or Home Depot. The slides come is several different lengths.
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Old 07-06-2011, 10:30 AM   #17
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Very nice! Did you do this yourselves or have it done for you?

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Old 01-08-2012, 08:43 AM   #18
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clutch,

I have admired your slide out pantry solution for some time, and am going to use our winter down time to install such a system on my fiver. I've got some questions if you can stand them:

1) It looks like the sides of the slide outs are made of 1/4" plywood, and that the bottoms are made of 3/4" plywood?

2) Are the sides attached with screws and glue to the bottoms?

3) It looks like the sides are about 1 1/2" high (on the inside of the slide outs). Is this correct, and are you pleased with this height, or should the sides be lower or higher?

4) I think I see fasteners of some sort at the upper corners of the sides of the slide outs. Is there some sort of angle bracket there?

5) Are there any changes to your design that you would suggest?
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clutch,

I have admired your slide out pantry solution for some time, and am going to use our winter down time to install such a system on my fiver. I've got some questions if you can stand them:

1) It looks like the sides of the slide outs are made of 1/4" plywood, and that the bottoms are made of 3/4" plywood?

2) Are the sides attached with screws and glue to the bottoms?

3) It looks like the sides are about 1 1/2" high (on the inside of the slide outs). Is this correct, and are you pleased with this height, or should the sides be lower or higher?

4) I think I see fasteners of some sort at the upper corners of the sides of the slide outs. Is there some sort of angle bracket there?

5) Are there any changes to your design that you would suggest?





1. No plywood on the sides, it is 3/8 in hardwood strips.

2. The bottoms are shelf material from the hardware store. Hard white finish that is easy to clean.

3. The height is perfect and I wouldn't change a thing.

4. The corners have brass corner brackets and brass screws.

Be sure and get the heavy duty slide brackets. Canned goods are heavy.
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Thanks, clutch. I'm stealing your design.
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