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Old 04-26-2010, 06:18 PM   #1
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Anyone built their own basement pullout trays?

The old body is not liking the bend over routine to extract basement supplies! Being a DIY type I would like to ask the question, has anyone built their own slideout storage trays?

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YUP=garage door rails and rollers/hardware work pretty good. I "experimented" with 2x4s sides and plywood floors [used light angle iron/alum for stiffening--they have worked fine so have never gone back to rework them with metal. Arguably, the two I built are in/around the mid-door entry so my design/ materials may not hold up to a wider bay/a lot more storage weight...

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I built mine with heavy duty slides from Home Depot. I attached the slides to the wall of the compartment with nuts and bolts and screwed the sliders to the plywood trays that I made. It was inexpensive and works great.
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