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Old 03-12-2013, 09:40 AM   #1
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Pantry Shelves

I want to put shelves in the pantry and was wondering for anybody that has done this what size screws did you use and what kind of threads did you use. I plan on using the system that you put the bars on the back wall and hang the shelf off them.

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Old 03-12-2013, 03:22 PM   #2
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I changed the closet in my Roo 21SS to have shelves using the bars on the back wall like that. I used coarse thread drywall screws and it worked great. I will have to look and see what length I ended up using if nobody else answers you.
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Old 03-12-2013, 03:30 PM   #3
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I changed the closet in my Roo 21SS to have shelves using the bars on the back wall like that. I used coarse thread drywall screws and it worked great. I will have to look and see what length I ended up using if nobody else answers you.
Thank I would appreciate you looking for that. Wouldn't want to damage anything
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Below are pix of the shelving project we did this past weekend. On the pantry, we installed a wood rail to the wall using 1/2" screws. This was a pain in the butt so we used physics on the closet shelving We cut 1/2" plywood to match the sides of the closet. We then placed the rails where we wanted them on the sides and then cut the shelves to fit exactly. The closet shelving is not actually attached to the camper at all but it is as snug as it can get Sorry some are sideways, having picture challenges tonite. I like the increased space for cups, foil, paper goods, etc.
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Below are pix of the shelving project we did this past weekend. On the pantry, we installed a wood rail to the wall using 1/2" screws. This was a pain in the butt so we used physics on the closet shelving We cut 1/2" plywood to match the sides of the closet. We then placed the rails where we wanted them on the sides and then cut the shelves to fit exactly. The closet shelving is not actually attached to the camper at all but it is as snug as it can get
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Old 03-12-2013, 09:03 PM   #7
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This is how I solved that problem.

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