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Old 06-22-2016, 08:21 AM   #41
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I wish the Grey Wolf line had a person like Joshua. Don't get that level of support in the Grey Wolf line.
I just wished there was any kind of support on the discontinued Trilogy line.
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Old 06-22-2016, 08:37 AM   #42
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We added another shelf to our pantry. It holds the coffeemaker, toaster and a blender chopper mixer combo. The bottom holds the laptop and tablet. Leaves 3 shelves for food. Plenty of room now.
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Old 06-22-2016, 08:52 AM   #43
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I just wished there was any kind of support on the discontinued Trilogy line.
BClemens, is the man to talk to about Dynamax products!
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Old 06-22-2016, 10:38 AM   #44
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I can certainly try...but we stopped building those before I got here. So my knowledge is limited.
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Old 09-14-2016, 12:10 PM   #45
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Easier Mod

I created shelves for mine and then put drawer glides on the bottom of them. They pull out and then lock back into place. I like your mod, mine was much easier though. I also installed small battery powered motion sensor lights in each section. If anyone knows why FR rotates photos that were correct to start with I would love to know!
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I changed the previous cabinet door and deep narrow shelves into a pull out pantry. The pic attached is when we were test fitting various items to determine size of shelf lips needed and heights.

I made it out of cabinet grade plywood that is much lighter than the partical board shelves that were removed. Counting the slides and extra material it did add a little weight but the storage space and ability to see what's in there is well worth it. There are (2) 100 pound rated slides on the bottom and 1 100 pound slide at the Top in the middle for stability.

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Old 09-14-2016, 01:23 PM   #46
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Looks good! Some details please. Did you secure the original shelves? Brackets/slides used? Construct or buy the slider shelf?
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Old 09-14-2016, 02:11 PM   #47
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I bought premade shelves from Home Depot and cut them down to fit the openings. I had to trim them to fit and used the trim pieces for the end caps. This keeps the food in the back from sliding off and the food in front from sliding forward and hitting the door during travel. The tracks I used are 16" and bolt to the floor of the shelf and the shelf themselves. The final "push" locks them in place. they are standard drawer glides. This is in a travel trailer but should work exactly the same.
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Old 09-15-2016, 12:14 AM   #48
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The day we picked up our 2017 MBS W we went to the Container Store and found what we think is the perfect solution for this narrow, fairly deep space...

http://www.containerstore.com/s/stor...uctId=10027797

We got 5 of these (6-3/4" x 18-1/4" x 8-3/8" h)
http://www.containerstore.com/catalo...x.jpg?width=30

And one of these (6-3/4" x 18-1/4" x 11" h)
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They stack and fit in the space nicely, and to keep them from rattling around, foam pipe wraps...

http://www.homedepot.com/catalog/pro...b066bf_400.jpg

were slit in half and jammed on the sides of the bins. All the original shelves but one were removed, with one placed on top of the stack, which is a good place for all the RV manuals or a couple pair of shoes. BTW, this foam stuff is pretty handy for padding and cutting vibration noise.

Although not a cheap solution, these drawers are really handy, and readily available.

FYI, the Container Store folks were great about letting us take stuff out of the store for fitting tests, etc.

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Old 09-16-2016, 06:45 PM   #49
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Hey, I just got back from the Container Store will all those boxes, I hope we can figure out what you mean about the pipe insulators. I didn't have The Waldorf with me, but they were really nice to help me find what you listed and the return period is 120 days. I also got a $2 plastic shoe box, I thought it might be good to corral stuff in the refrigerator (w/o the lid off).
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FYI, the Container Store folks were great about letting us take stuff out of the store for fitting tests, etc.

Hope this helps!


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If you go to any home improvement or hardware store, you should be able to find the foam pipe insulators, not more than about $2 each for something about 3' to 4' long. They are about 2" in diameter and have a slit along one side that allows them to fit over the pipe. I cut another slit with a scissors to make "c" shaped profile. Using 12" long pieces of this profile pushed into the space between the inside cabinet walls and the box sides on each of the 6 layers made each layer and the entire stack assembly nice and snug, with no vibration or lack of stability. There are probably other items you could use to make a tight fit in the cabinet cavity, like packing foam or maybe larger thickness bubble wrap... I had a lot of this pipe foam left over from some project, so that is what I used. We store canned goods, plastic drinking glasses, seasonings, cooking and serving utensils, etc. in this drawer array. For us it is ideal, as we did not have to re-invent the wheel to come with a really nice upgrade.

Wish I had some more photos, but the RV is waiting for us 200 miles away in Wisconsin. On Sunday we hit the road on a 3 week trip up through Canada on the North side of Lake Huron, through Ottawa, and down to Rhode Island. Can't wait!
If you need more clarification, I can add some more pix Sunday night.

Let us know how it goes!


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