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Old 02-04-2014, 03:36 PM   #1
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Question Kitchen drawers

We just purchased a Sierra 376BHOK. It won't be delivered to our campsite until April. I noticed the drawers in the kitchen are very deep. I don't think this will be very practical for a silverware and utensils drawer. Any suggestions on how to modify them?
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Old 02-04-2014, 03:56 PM   #2
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https://www.google.com/search?q=wood...SW%3B295%3B300
How about this?
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Thanks!!! That just might work.
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Old 02-04-2014, 04:43 PM   #4
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We just purchased a Sierra 376BHOK. It won't be delivered to our campsite until April. I noticed the drawers in the kitchen are very deep. I don't think this will be very practical for a silverware and utensils drawer. Any suggestions on how to modify them?
Yes,we double decked our kitchen drawers.Went to Bed&Bath and found inserts that were close to width,then made wood spacers that the edge of inserts would slide on,front to back,and inserts could be easily lifted out,when needed. The side slides rest on the bottom of the drawer and come up each side the required height that fits your application. The attachment for the side slides can be ,(double face tape,or wood glue). Yes the drawers are way to deep for kitchen needs. While I was in the drawers I (Finished) the edges of the plywood that you see when looking down into the drawers. The edges appeared to have been (Chewed Off by a Rabid Beaver). I made cherry strips to match the other wood trim and covered this up,same wood I used for the slides. Youroo!!
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