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Old 04-01-2016, 12:48 PM   #21
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I used the same setup as Force but I installed the shelves facing the other way. I screwed the supports into the inside of the wardrobe face frame (i.e. support arms face toward exterior wall of trailer. I felt this allowed me to secure it to something and also hides the supports (ie. don't see them on the back wall).
That's a good solution. In my case the left wall was against the fridge so I didn't dare put screws through it.
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That's a good solution. In my case the left wall was against the fridge so I didn't dare put screws through it.

The build a frame that sits on the floor of the cabinet for its support.
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