After reading and viewing everyone's pictures I started on my upgrade.
1. I removed the old metal slide from the pantry.
2. I decided to add two 1/2" plywood sheets to the walls instead of the smaller pieces. 26" x 42". Nothing more to do on the left side but will have to shim the right side little more.
The reason I did this because both walls are so thin I wanted a good solid mount on all the slides. No way was I going to build all that framing as I just can't do that stuff.
I used one liquid nail tube which was just enough for both sheets. I reinforced the plywood with a few screws to hold in place to insure the glue will hold solidly. I also cut a few 1x2 to wedge between the plywood to make sure I had it solid against the original wall. Not sure if I needed to do this but again I'm no carpenter.
3. I only decided to install 4 shelves as 5 seems to be a little tight.
I'm having the actual shelves made to my specs. 11 7/8" wide x 22" deep.
I will be mounting the shelves as far back as possible which will leave room in front about 4" .
Now that I have told you this I just finished installing the plywood so no pictures yet. Unless you want to see the empty pantry without the OEM metal slide thing.
The shelves I'm having made are good quality and are the standard height with rounded edges and painted interior. The slides will be 22" and will extend out only half its length. The shelves and hardware will cost me about $33 per shelf. I know I could do it cheaper but I'm not as handy with wood as you guys.
I will add my pictures when it is all done.
I am curios in finding out if your shelves stay in place while driving or have in stalled some type of system to hold them in place?
What to do with the old metal rack? Anyone find a good use for it or did you just throw it out?