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Old 01-03-2014, 12:57 PM   #11
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Great modification. I'm impressed!
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Old 01-07-2014, 12:09 AM   #12
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That is exactly what we want to do when it warms up. Looks great
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Old 01-07-2014, 12:27 AM   #13
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how far apart are your drawers
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Old 01-07-2014, 12:45 AM   #14
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Try warm / hot water on a rag to remove the glue, you'll probably have to scrape it off, but you never know...

More than likely you'll have to sand it off and re-finish
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Old 01-08-2014, 05:46 PM   #15
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We solved three problems with one solution. My brother cut 1/4 inch from the depth of the little door cabinets. He also added on shelf between each of the existing shelves. Now:
(1) The drawers will not move in transit
(2) The glue is no longer a concern
(3) There is now a designated space for all of DH's spices that he uses for his grilling and smoking. (I don't want anything to hamper his ability to cook!)

Wonderful mod. JD
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how far apart are your drawers
I am fairly certain my brother said the top drawer is 10", the next 3 are 9", and the bottom drawer is 12" (to accommodate my tall soup pot). The wood is all 1/2" which is a lot stronger than what was in there. It will hold any can goods with no problem. He did tell me that this one, as in the one he built for his own stick house, needs to have lighter items at the front of the drawers. He built a base to go on the floor first. The entire thing is enclosed in a stand along cabinet (see original photos) because there was nowhere to attach drawer slides.

Hope this helps: post pictures when you do yours. Good luck.

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I told John Armstrong at Dynamic about it. Suggested he take a look

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One last note about our pantry mod. This is how it looks now that my woodworker cut down the depth of the shelves and added extra to the one side. He left the other side as is for larger spice jars. Of course, this would not have been necessary if we had included them in the measurements but we originally thought we did not want the door shelves. They are making a great spice rack.

(Note the portable Induction Cooktop to the right of the photo. All of our cooking is done in the microwave convection oven, the induction cooktop, or the smoker. Don't even know if the burners work on the stove!)

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Old 01-10-2014, 02:58 PM   #19
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JD and JJ,

Agree with you on the induction cooktop! I feel the inset gas burners are just a crumb catcher so I use our Burton induction stove every day. Disadvantage of the induction unit would be if we're boondocking but otherwise, out with the inset gas range.

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