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Old 10-05-2016, 10:09 AM   #11
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Thanks, S.A. Never would have thought of that.

Not like they make more than one item.......
https://www.rev-a-shelf.com/
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Old 10-05-2016, 05:28 PM   #12
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Thanks, S.A. Never would have thought of that.

Not like they make more than one item.......
https://www.rev-a-shelf.com/
Shop Rev-A-Shelf 8.75-in W x 19-in H Metal 2-Tier Pull Out Cabinet Basket at Lowes.com

I am using the base of the cabinet for small appliances and my sink and stove covers.
Mounting the unit to one shelf, screwing it to the outside panels and the back panel also.
The depth is adjustable so you can easily attach it to the back wall.
Pretty solid when I am done.

Choices are limited with a 9" wide pantry.
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Old 10-06-2016, 07:53 AM   #13
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Agreed. That looks like an awesome choice/find.
For that price it's the *pair* of shelves?

I could see putting those in, and if for some reason the pantry needed to become the closet again, you could just pop them out and use the hanging rod again. Or use the drawers for clothes....

We just got our 2306 (2 nights in it so far), and I've yet to measure all the areas that need shelves. I think this'll be the one for the pantry though.

Thanks for the info.
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Old 10-06-2016, 09:23 AM   #14
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Agreed. That looks like an awesome choice/find.
For that price it's the *pair* of shelves?
Yes.
They stack (and are adjustable within about a 3" range) but you cannot use them on individual shelves. Only mounts below the bottom shelf and to the back wall for support
Once screwed down, you would have to unscrew them to remove.
I will probably use 8 screws for strength.
The unit is pretty heavy.
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Old 10-06-2016, 05:29 PM   #15
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"Total Loss" I liked your installation so much that I went to my local Lowes this morning to purchase a set. My local Lowes did not have that particular item in stock, they had three sets of the larger width shelves, maybe 14" wide or so which are $90 or so. I had pulled up the Lowes site, the exact shelving you bought and printed it to take with me. The lady (expert of the day) looked at it then ran Lowes SKU number and the manufacturers number in the computer and it showed up. She told me that she could order it but that it would be what is known as an special purchase order (SPO) and that IF it didn't fit in my pantry I could not return it. I asked to speak to the manager on duty (MOD) about this and the she MOD told me that same thing. She told me I could check other Lowes stores for this item, the nearest one it about 90 miles away, or I could order it online with it drop shipped to my house. I can't even imagine what the shipping cost would be. After thinking about this after I got home I've decided that I will build my slide out storage thingy's with wooden sides. This way I can make them any depth I feel that I need.
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"Total Loss" I liked your installation so much that I went to my local Lowes this morning to purchase a set. My local Lowes did not have that particular item in stock, they had three sets of the larger width shelves, maybe 14" wide or so which are $90 or so. I had pulled up the Lowes site, the exact shelving you bought and printed it to take with me. The lady (expert of the day) looked at it then ran Lowes SKU number and the manufacturers number in the computer and it showed up. She told me that she could order it but that it would be what is known as an special purchase order (SPO) and that IF it didn't fit in my pantry I could not return it. I asked to speak to the manager on duty (MOD) about this and the she MOD told me that same thing. She told me I could check other Lowes stores for this item, the nearest one it about 90 miles away, or I could order it online with it drop shipped to my house. I can't even imagine what the shipping cost would be. After thinking about this after I got home I've decided that I will build my slide out storage thingy's with wooden sides. This way I can make them any depth I feel that I need.
Wayfair.com has the individual shelve baskets (9") for $35 each.
They have free shipping.
I was going to order 2 of those until I found the stack units in stock at my Lowes.

It would be easier to mount to individual shelves in my opinion and you can put them anywhere in the pantry.

Just a suggestion.
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