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Old 07-22-2016, 10:35 AM   #31
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I went way over on bracket rating - they are only rated for 550lb each lol


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Ooops. I can't type. I meant that I thought mine is rated for 400lbs. Not 40. 40 wouldn't support a good rack of ribs... let alone any other good size racks for whatever Northstar is talking about.
However, when I went home last night and pulled out the second one I bought I discovered that there's no weight rating on it. It's a Stanley Item 1956. I just remember when I installed them on my woodshop foldup router table extension I remember 800lbs. So I figured one would be half.
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Old 08-03-2016, 05:36 PM   #33
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I am trying to put add shelf storage and your fold up counter and slide out shelf are awesome. I have purchased and laminated the pieces and have three hardware. My question is how did you get into the narrow slot for the slide out to bolt the drawer slide in. Did you remove the bottom of the cabinet above that slot?
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Old 08-03-2016, 10:05 PM   #34
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I wedged two pieces of aluminum plates (predrilled to match mounting holes on slider) one above counter space as a spacer and one below for extra support

Used one of the predrilled plates as a template to drill from under cabinet up - then removed and drilled larger holes for easier alignment of the 2 sliders

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I thought that was how you did it until I got home from Lowe's with the 16" drawer slides and I can't figure out how to separate the part that attaches to the shelf from the bottom. Is there a trick to this or did I just get the wrong drawer slides? I think they were the only type Lowe's had. Thanks for the reply.
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PH, I like your photo staging ... Corona 2016 ... bet its gone now.

I need to add at least the shelf on the sink / cooktop cabinet. I don't have a matching table top to cut up, but might be able to come up with something close enough.
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PH, I like your photo staging ... Corona 2016 ... bet its gone now.

I need to add at least the shelf on the sink / cooktop cabinet. I don't have a matching table top to cut up, but might be able to come up with something close enough.
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Look at the ready made laminate counter sections in stock at Lowes. That's where I got mine because we use our table. It's not an exact match but no one's noticed the difference yet.

a four foot section was like $80 and I was able to cut enough out of it for the slide out counter, the flip up counter and the cutting board cover for the stove.
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There is a plastic release lever on the drawer slides u just move to one side
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Thanks. I had purchased the wrong sliders. I have the correct ones now.
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