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Old 04-14-2013, 08:27 PM   #1
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I added some metal shelves to our basement storage.Just wire rack closet shelving from Lowes.The twenty inch width fit nicely.Used an angle grinder with a cut off wheel to trim the width.Used 1/2 inch #6 sheet metal screws to fasten shelves.Worked good to fasten the shelves to the ABS plastic compartment.
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Interesting! How well are they going to hold up to vibrations? Here in Alaska, are roads are not what one would call the most fun to travel.
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