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Old 04-06-2014, 01:04 AM   #1
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Help with shelves in back pantry on Roo 233S

Our Roo 233S has a second so called pantry in the rear of the camper. But it has no shelves.
I would like to do something similar to the pantry next to the sink. Looking at the pieces of wood that holds the selves is seem like they are glued in. I can't find any nails or screws in the wood.
Do you think liquid nails would work? I'm interested in what others have done. I would like to make this into shelving for clothes.
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Old 04-06-2014, 01:26 AM   #2
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That should work fine for clothing. If it's like mine, the walls are pretty light duty and any shelving wouldn't take a huge amount of weight. I have what they call a "pantry" but is actually set up as a kind of coat closet (with hanger bar). It's next to the refrigerator, so I'd would much rather use it as a pantry. I had some of those white wire shelves laying around and just cut them to width with a dremmel and used those push in shelf supports...kind of what you'd find in an entertainment center and just set them on those. Holds boxes and light cans pretty well. I'd probably be comfortable putting around 10 lbs on them.
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Old 04-06-2014, 09:15 AM   #3
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Here's a thread you can use for a shelving project...

Roo Mod / Wardrobe into Pantry

This one also has some ideas...
wardrobe shelve ideas for Roo 19
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I had some wire shelving that we put in ours. I went to Home Depot & bought some hollow door anchors that that I used to screw them in with.
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Thanks! Now we can start on the next mod.
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Here's a thread you can use for a shelving project...

Roo Mod / Wardrobe into Pantry

This one also has some ideas...
wardrobe shelve ideas for Roo 19
Thanks for posting these links Triguy! We actually bought some materials today to make mods to our wardrobe, but the second link you posted about the Roo 19 shelf mods was the one that made the most sense and is now what we are now planning to do for our Roo 23IKSS. The least invasive solution of all!
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Thanks for posting these links Triguy! We actually bought some materials today to make mods to our wardrobe, but the second link you posted about the Roo 19 shelf mods was the one that made the most sense and is now what we are now planning to do for our Roo 23IKSS. The least invasive solution of all!
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I have a 23ikss and I also had a so called closet next to the pantry and wanted it for clothes. I found at wally world the plastic drawers that stack that were the the same width as the closet I can stack 4 of them in the space and it works great , fill them in the house and bring them out and put them in the closet. When they are empty they work great for the dirty clothes too.
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I have a 23ikss and I also had a so called closet next to the pantry and wanted it for clothes. I found at wally world the plastic drawers that stack that were the the same width as the closet I can stack 4 of them in the space and it works great , fill them in the house and bring them out and put them in the closet. When they are empty they work great for the dirty clothes too.
Can you post a picture of these?
I have a 23ikss and that seems like a good idea.
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Will do..Might take a couple of days.
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