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Old 02-21-2009, 04:02 AM   #1
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We felt the cubby in front of the sink was going to collect wet stuff at time so we decided to give it some protection Actually we finally got our rig and wanted to spend quality time with it.Anyway we used rev a shelf sink front trays from lowes we used a 11" kit and a 14" and combined them for max coverage.We will use the left over pieces in the house.The trays remove easy enough that we can also use the extra space under and around them.

hope pics and all come out ok Rick and Deanna


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Nice Mod....Great Idea!!
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Would love to see bigger pictures of the modification. Looks like a great idea and another one to add to my list.



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Old 02-21-2009, 09:50 AM   #4
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I did the same mod with the door but left it for a spice rack, works and looks great.
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Old 02-21-2009, 01:42 PM   #5
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I'd love to see bigger pictures of this! GREAT idea. Has anyone added slide out shelving in their units? Preferably if its in a TT. Thanks!
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Old 02-21-2009, 09:30 PM   #6
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I put slide out shelving in our pantry, costs about 60.00 dollars and works great.
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Old 02-22-2009, 02:42 AM   #7
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I put slide out shelving in our pantry, costs about 60.00 dollars and works great.
Where did you get the materials? I was thinking of putting them in our lower kitchen cabinets b/c its not fun being on your hands and knees looking for something in a small space.
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I got the slides,60 lbs. at Lowes . My wifesays I was wroung on the price it was around 30 dollars for 5 sets. Real cheap. I work in wood so I had enough scraps for the rest. My wife says this is my best mod to the camper yet.
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I got the slides,60 lbs. at Lowes . My wifesays I was wroung on the price it was around 30 dollars for 5 sets. Real cheap. I work in wood so I had enough scraps for the rest. My wife says this is my best mod to the camper yet.
Now I have to beg you to post pictures!
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You can't beg me I don't know how ,I'll have to beg my wife.
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Old 02-22-2009, 02:53 PM   #11
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You can't beg me I don't know how ,I'll have to beg my wife.


cwit, e-mail me the pics. I can post them for you.
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here are the pics full size we used a 1x6 oak plank routered the edges and stained it with natural and used a marine satin varnish






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GREAT PICTURES!!
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We have had a computer problem,every thing slowed down to a stop. We are on wy-fi and thought that was it but no a Google toolbar messed us up. Denny my wife has tried and says she is half way and will work on them when her temper cools down. Google kept kicking her out. Our computer is working great again.
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I just showed my DWyour pictures ofthe cubbymod and it looks like I'll doing it also. Looks simple enough. Edited by: Hamops
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DH begged real nice , so here goes. I've got pics of the mods in photobucket. We'll try to move them....This shows the doors he put in under the bench, the door replacing the power panel, the tv mod, the new stairs and even little of the shelf over the bed.



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Here's the sink drawer.....



I use it for spices. Works out good....
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I've got these 3 shelves in the bottom section and 2 in the top. They work great!!!



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Here's the drawer under the stove



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And here's the last of them....Boy, does DH owe me now. lol.
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