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Old 07-08-2010, 09:19 AM   #11
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All cabinets were fixed to the external wall. Bought the fasteners at Lowes. Cobra Wall Driller. Screw-in drywall anchors. SKU 58060 79425. Mixed pack of #6 and #8 anchors. VERY solid. Each anchor will support 30 to 40 pounds (according to packaging). I used 4 for every cabinet to be more than sure as there is plenty of shaking going on back there and the anchors are not in drywall obviously. I drilled small pilot holes in the cabinets, put them against the wall where i wanted them, penciled through the pilot holes to locate where the anchors should go. then put in the anchors. then just put the cabinet back up and run the screws into the anchors. Easy as can be. The Lowes cabinets are almost a perfect match for wood and color. Door design is slightly different.

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