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Old 04-03-2014, 08:02 PM   #1
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Basement storage

After our last trip I decided to see if I could organize the basement storage of our 35QBA. It has a lot of pass thru storage area but things are always sliding around and falling off. I read several other threads on this forum and others about the subject. There were some very good ideas but none were exactly what I was looking for. I love using the plastic tubs but even they shift and fall when put up on the pass thru shelf.
I decided to use 3/4 inch PVC pipe to design a grid of cells that would sit on top of the pass thru floor. I sized the cells to fit what we carry. As our needs change I can cut the pipe and change the size of the cells.
I also used the PVC 3/4 pipe to extent the width of the pass thru floor in the extreme rear storage area so I could store fold up chairs without have to stack them on top of each other. I can put them in from each side and they don't touch in the middle. The pipe holds them above the lower are so I can still store things there.
I am going to try to post a couple of pictures.
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Old 04-04-2014, 05:53 AM   #2
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Great idea and very creative. Thank you for sharing.
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Old 04-04-2014, 07:19 AM   #3
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Nice idea. I wish I had the problem of things sliding around in our storage bays, but as full-timers, there is no room anything to move an inch.
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Se use plastic bins as well, but I've never had anything shift that I've noticed. Probably because there isn't any extra room in the basement. I just try to keep stuff organized and when that fails I stack and jam it.
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Pass thru storage

I use those spring loaded shower rods to keep large items in place on the pass thru
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