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Old 06-27-2014, 06:18 AM   #1
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Wardrobe Shelving?

Did shelving for the wardrobes on each side of the queen bed come with the Land Yacht 30 motorhomes? Ours has bracket strips, but no shelving. If yours has it, I'm curious what material, size and number of shelves were included.

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Old 06-27-2014, 06:25 AM   #2
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RAG, don't have the rig here at the house so I can't look, but when we bought it there was shelving in both back "shirt" closets. As I recall, there are three shelves per side and they have an oak look. I assume that they are some kind of composite board with oak vinyl covering on them.. If replacing, I would consider a plywood shelf. Could go as fancy or plain as you want.

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Old 06-27-2014, 07:15 AM   #3
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Rag, ours was like yours. The brackets in place, but no shelving. We added shelves cut from 1/4" thick boards. There is another thread titled, "Clever storage ideas", were I posted some pics of our project. Sorry, I don't know how to put a link here to that thread. My guess on the original shelving…it most likely was the same as in the kitchen cabinets. That's what we measured for the thickness of the shelves.
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RAG, don't have the rig here at the house so I can't look, but when we bought it there was shelving in both back "shirt" closets. As I recall, there are three shelves per side and they have an oak look. I assume that they are some kind of composite board with oak vinyl covering on them.. If replacing, I would consider a plywood shelf. Could go as fancy or plain as you want.
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When peering into the "shirt closets", it seems the shelving would need to be cut-out in places, as the electric conduit, and the wood moldings would make a straight rectangular shelf a non-fit. Also, it seems the depth of the cabinet lessens the higher up it goes.

Thanks for the response, Sam!
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There is another thread titled, "Clever storage ideas", were I posted some pics of our project. Sorry, I don't know how to put a link here to that thread.
I searched, but couldn't find the thread, "Clever storage ideas", listed, but thanks for the response!
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Rag,

I think I found the post you are referring to:

http://www.airforums.com/forums/f516...ips-92535.html
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Rag,

I think I found the post you are referring to:

http://www.airforums.com/forums/f516...ips-92535.html
That's it...... Thanks!

I wonder if the factory shelves were cut like the ones in the photos?
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Thanks, Carrie, for passing the link on. Received a PM from "Foiled Again" with great directions for how to send links. So, in the future I'll be able to do that.

Rag, again, just a guess….but, I think the factory shelves would have to be cut out. If not a cut out, they would stop short of the rear wall. Maybe that would work with a raised edge to keep things in place. That seems more difficult that notching out 1 corner.
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Since my coach is in storage, cannot look at shelves. As I recall, all shelves are interchangable and do not go to back of closet. We use them to store folded clothing, so have no problem with items remaining on shelving.

Too hot to take rig out camping. Looking forward to Fall trips.

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I looked at the link above:
http://www.airforums.com/forums/f516...ips-92535.html

That looks like an excellent solution if no shelves are in place.

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Our '97 came with the shelving installed. As mentioned, it is an oak faced composite material, 3 shelves per side. You can buy prefinished MDF and then cut the shelves so that the finished sides become the front/back, so you don't see raw edges. A jig saw can make any cutouts that are necessary. Ours don't have a front lip, but the closets have doors that keep things in place anyway.
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Our 2000 have the shelves, 3 both sides, oak front trim stapled on a plywood by color they are original.
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