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Old 06-17-2011, 09:53 PM   #1
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Slide out pantry in our 330RLTS

I mentioned this in early May and the shelves are finally in. I also made a shelf for the storage behind the stove.
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Old 06-17-2011, 10:20 PM   #2
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Very Nice. I zoomed in on the 3rd picture and could not tell where this shelf is located. Don't you love how you can find stuff in your pantry, we love ours.
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Old 06-17-2011, 10:22 PM   #3
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Looks good nice job.
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Very Nice. I zoomed in on the 3rd picture and could not tell where this shelf is located. Don't you love how you can find stuff in your pantry, we love ours.

The third pic is where the tv goes in the bedroom. We never watched tv in the bedroom in our last trailer so we made it into storage. Only thing I would change on it is it should not be as deep. It is hard to reach over it to the back of the cabinet.

On the outside storage I have another shelf ready to fit on top of the one already installed. Next project will be sewer hose storage. I also have an electrician making a thirty amp power line that will plug into the side of the trailer. That 50 amp cord is really stiff when it is cold out.
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Nice work, Clutch.
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Nice looking mod on the slide storage. That is on my short list. :drooling:

Did you reuse the existing shelves or build new ones?
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Nice looking mod on the slide storage. That is on my short list. :drooling:

Did you reuse the existing shelves or build new ones?

The existing shelves are under the sliding ones. They hold the cabinet together. We lost about an inch and a half of up and down space but the convenience is well worth it.
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Very nice work clutch.
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