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Old 04-10-2013, 08:40 PM   #15
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That's a great mod.
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Old 04-10-2013, 08:49 PM   #16
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Very nice looking drawer. I like the looks of the pine. I'm sure you and Marilyn will really appreciate it on your trip.
I have a couple of questions. You mentioned 1/2" ply under the stove. How is it attached? Are the rails attached to that plywood? How are the rails attached. I'm planning to do the same, and just don't know how I should attach the wood that the rails will attach too, since I don't want to go through fiberglass exterior wall.
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I have a couple of questions. You mentioned 1/2" ply under the stove. How is it attached? Are the rails attached to that plywood? How are the rails attached. I'm planning to do the same, and just don't know how I should attach the wood that the rails will attach too, since I don't want to go through fiberglass exterior wall.
Peter's first post has some great shots of the plywood with the spacers attached. Scamp drills directly through the bottom of the stove and into that piece of plywood and attaches it with about 5 screws. You need about 3 hands when you do that though, as you want the drawer attached to the plywood so you know exactly where to position it so the front of the drawer is flush once you tighten it down.
That piece of plywood is what the two "C" channels attached to the drawer slide on. Pretty simple and it works out pretty good since it keeps anything in the drawers from bouncing up while bouncing down the road.
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THANK YOU JOHN! It sure adds a lot of usable space, which I can use.
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