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Old 05-28-2015, 09:01 PM   #4031
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Someone on the forum converted the flip out sponge rack under the sink to a silverware drawer. Does anyone know what thread it was?
Saw it also, thinking it was in the tent type area.......doing it as we speak.
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Is it a straight up and down ladder or angled out at the bottom?

Angled out.
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Someone on the forum converted the flip out sponge rack under the sink to a silverware drawer. Does anyone know what thread it was?

I remember a recent one, but can't find it. I did find this one, though:

Eliminate that kitchen tilt drawer!
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Angled out.
Computers have a heart attack tonight..... removable or stationary?
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What did you do to your camper today?

What did you do to your camper today?

OC, hope this helps...
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Computers have a heart attack tonight..... removable or stationary?

That's TBD based on where the bottom of the ladder lands because the bunk bed is in a slide. If the bottom of the ladder ends up on the slide floor, then stationary; if it ends up on the camper floor, then removable (unless I get really nutty and put rollers on the bottom of it- I'm just not sure how sturdy they are for daily use up and down by my heavy-footed daughter).
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Great find! That's exactly the one that I was thinking of (for OldCoot).
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No......BUGS and butterfly's!
I hope not for a late night snack. A little chocolate does wonders.
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That's TBD based on where the bottom of the ladder lands because the bunk bed is in a slide. If the bottom of the ladder ends up on the slide floor, then stationary; if it ends up on the camper floor, then removable (unless I get really nutty and put rollers on the bottom of it- I'm just not sure how sturdy they are for daily use up and down by my heavy-footed daughter).
If you decide on removable, a bolt thru each upright at the top (w/nuts....1 nut on each side of upright to lock bolt) and fab 2 alum. angle brackets. Attach the angle to bed and slot the the other side of angle to create a slot for the bolt shank to rest in, creating a saddle.....round off corners..... HD/Lowes has differant lengths/widths of heavy enough alum. angle. I make bunk beds for a store here in town and works good.
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If you decide on removable, a bolt thru each upright at the top (w/nuts....1 nut on each side of upright to lock bolt) and fab 2 alum. angle brackets. Attach the angle to bed and slot the the other side of angle to create a slot for the bolt shank to rest in, creating a saddle.....round off corners..... HD/Lowes has differant lengths/widths of heavy enough alum. angle. I make bunk beds for a store here in town and works good.

Thanks, Bob! If you have pictures of what you're talking about at all, I'd appreciate it. I'm not that bright...
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