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Old 06-11-2015, 10:04 AM   #2493
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The pantry shelf unit in my Moho have slides top and bottom center.

I have had it loaded with all canned goods before and it still worked smoothly.

Now , it's mostly dry goods in plastic jars that I found that fit the shelves perfectly.
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Old 06-11-2015, 10:22 AM   #2494
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Terry - the concern could be the 40" height sitting on an 8" base. There could be substantial slapping forward and back while underway.

Possibly two side mount at the bottom with nylon or hardwood guides at the top to reduce the movement?
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Good afternoon, Popeye, Gordon, Thanks for the info and thoughts, I like to get all opinions, before I start. Wired the transfer switch today, ready now for the inverter.
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I would put two on the back side, top and bottom 1/3.
You will lose 3/4 to an inch, but you may be able to inlet them some and cover the gap with face frame or drawer front.
You can get 150 lb rated slides so it would be pretty stable.

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Old 06-12-2015, 03:45 AM   #2497
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I've done these in S&B's but never an RV. You can use slides on the top and the bottom to stabilize both, keep the unit on track and aligned.
X-2, Jay beat me to it, but I agree 100%! You can buy the full slides made for the pantry just like the pic you showed. Get the 150lb. rated ones, and you will be good! Also, if you have a corner cabinet, the lazy susan, is a cool feature, makes the stuff in the back accessible!
Your work on the TH is looking great, Terry! And with Eleanor's help, it is fast turning into a show piece you both will be proud to show off!!
Now, For the Cornfield Caddy, you know we are going to upgrade it too!!
How bout a twin turbo 5.9 Cummins, putting out 450 hp!! A 13 speed double over? With 355 rear end!! And dual 8" stacks!! That ought to do it!!
Hahahaha!! The old truck driver in me just came back to life!!
What do you think? Curtis?? Rail!
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Terry,
I was on a different thought on the pantry, now I see what you have in mind, I would use the top and bottom slide and with only 8" there wouldn't be much movement. As far as the TV, Rail's Cummins sounds good, but with a 6 speed double OD Allison would be the ticket. (I had enough shifting with my 15 spd)
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Good Morning all, Thanks for the ideas Ed. Rail, the trucker in both of us would love that combo, but Eleanor has nixed any idea of a standard trany, she can drive'em just don't want to, she says my knee won't take it ether . Now the stacks are going to happen !! I have some ideas on the TV if I have the money to do it with . Installing more little things today, started on some of the window treatments, this is one in the garage.
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The pantry shelf unit in my Moho have slides top and bottom center.

I have had it loaded with all canned goods before and it still worked smoothly.

Now , it's mostly dry goods in plastic jars that I found that fit the shelves perfectly.
Brainstorming. - If you build a frame to fit the hole and put a slide top and bottom is it possible to include adjustable shelves in the frame so you can cusomize the shelf height to fit the articles?
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I agree with the stacks, I would have them on the pickup if I could fit them between the toolbox/fuel tank and the bed, but alass, not enough room for even 4" stacks.
Window treatment looks great Terry. A 6 spd Allison will make both of you happy, with the double OD you can run whatever gears are in the cornbindeer and still not have too many RPM's while cruising.
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Good Evening, Gordon, that might work and be practical, for when needs change. Frank, they way I would run stacks if I had a box would require bodywork as I would recess the side of the box and put the stacks in there so as not lose any room in the box. Ran the propane line for the stove, still doing small things.
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Terry,
I agree with the way you would run the stacks, unfortunately, I am lousy at body work, and it is hard to do at the campgrounds, they usually frown on making all the noise and dust, so no stacks for me at this time.
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Good Afternoon, Frank, Before I got RA I ran a body shop, we did some custom work, I had to give it up when I couldn't run DA's anymore. Eleanor's been busy again, she did the back of the Settee, (we bought the pillows), sorry Gordon I couldn't find any GL1800 .
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The corner looks very nice and looks very comfortable and inviting. Sorry you could not find 1800 cushions. I am sure you are disappointed. (LOL) I think you would have found 1800 cushions comfortable as well!!!! The Harley cushions fit the decor much better.
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Also, if you have a corner cabinet, the lazy susan, is a cool feature, makes the stuff in the back accessible!
The best corner base cabinet lazy susan ever. The swing and then pull out so you can see & reach everything.
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