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Old 08-14-2015, 08:39 PM   #21
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nice mods.. I'm working on a couple inside myself.. I haven't found the shelving yet, where did you get yours? and the command strips do a good job holding? They don't give way when you put weight on them?

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Old 08-14-2015, 08:50 PM   #22
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3M command strips RULE!!!
get the heavy duty ones... they all have weight ratings,,, have not had one fall off yet in over a year, hot or cold weather... can be taken off the wall with no damage... of course a smooth (not perfectly smooth) surface works best... I hang them on the bathroom door and the overhead bins
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Which shelves? The wire ones? Home Depot for most everything. I use 3M hooks a lot. Those are the 'medium' hooks which I think are rated for like 5lbs each. So the long shelf has 2 hooks on one end, plus one in the middle of the long side, and its sitting in the upper cargo area at the other end. I don't anticipate putting a lot of weight up there, but we'll see. We're going out soon for 4 days and we're planning on stacking our folded clothes up there instead of a duffel bag on the bed like we do for longer trips.
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Which shelves? The wire ones? Home Depot for most everything. I use 3M hooks a lot. Those are the 'medium' hooks which I think are rated for like 5lbs each. So the long shelf has 2 hooks on one end, plus one in the middle of the long side, and its sitting in the upper cargo area at the other end. I don't anticipate putting a lot of weight up there, but we'll see. We're going out soon for 4 days and we're planning on stacking our folded clothes up there instead of a duffel bag on the bed like we do for longer trips.
Yes the wire ones.. there isn't a Home Depot or anything like that close by.. I'll have to see about ordering them.. do they come in different lengths? Do you remember what length you needed?
I'll look for the heavy duty 3M hooks also..

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Hooks:http://www.amazon.com/Command-Medium...+command+hooks

Shelves:http://www.amazon.com/Rubbermaid-She...+wire+shelving

We used two 4' sections of 12" deep shelf because that was the only way we could buy 12" deep, we really just needed 6'. So, we have some scrap, and it will get hung down in DH's workshop in the basement as an extra shelf. No biggie.
In hindsight - the kitchen upper cabinets are actually 16" deep, so you could use 16" deep shelving on that side, but the dinette cabinets are only 12" deep, so you'd have to buy 2 different depths if you wanted to do both.

What stores do you have near you? Target/Walmart sometimes carry this type of shelving.
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Hooks:http://www.amazon.com/Command-Medium...+command+hooks

Shelves:Amazon.com - Rubbermaid Wire Shelving, Wardrobe, White, 6-foot by 12-inch (41221) -

We used two 4' sections of 12" deep shelf because that was the only way we could buy 12" deep, we really just needed 6'. So, we have some scrap, and it will get hung down in DH's workshop in the basement as an extra shelf. No biggie.
In hindsight - the kitchen upper cabinets are actually 16" deep, so you could use 16" deep shelving on that side, but the dinette cabinets are only 12" deep, so you'd have to buy 2 different depths if you wanted to do both.

What stores do you have near you? Target/Walmart sometimes carry this type of shelving.

Thanks for the info.. we don't have much here.. there is a walmart, but even that is over a half hour away..and I checked for it last time I was there and didn't find it..
But the info you have given me will help alot.. if I don't get over to Virginia Beach, ( the city).. I'll see about ordering it online.
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