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Old 12-06-2010, 01:07 AM   #11
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I find that installing the wire shelves upside-down is also a handy thing. The support that normally goes downward becomes an upward retaining edge to keep things from sliding off the shelf when driving.

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Old 02-21-2011, 08:48 PM   #12
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Originally Posted by miatared View Post
I did this too, after all I do not take any clothes that need to be on a hanger or in a closet - my trailer clothes fold nicely

I went to Home Depot and got the Closet Maid brand, all white metal. I got one 20 inch deep shelf ( 60 inch. too long, but nothing shorter available) and the assorted brackets for 3 x 11 inch wide shelves (or 6 brackets). I got 2 of the vertical bars, screwed with 1 inch screws to the back of the closet.

I do not have a bolt cutter, so I use a metal saw.

Great idea for the coffee cups!

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