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Old 10-09-2015, 02:58 PM   #29
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Here is a post that I did back in 2014 on how I added shelving to our 2012 Flying Cloud 25'. I think this turned out nice and is totally removable if the next owner doesn't like it. I give detailed instructions in the post
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This looks like the best solution for me. I like that you can see thru them.
What did you use to attach it on the sides?
I also like that it is all removable .
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Old 10-09-2015, 05:49 PM   #30
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Our useles shelf is the same size. Its good for storing TP and paper towels behind the drawers.

We used the 17" 14 " frame. It fits but its close. We used the 17" drawers.
Also used plastic plumbing straping to keep it from bouncing around. I used wood screws in to the closet floor in the corner s and one on the top rail into the wall. You can see them in the wife's (bunni) post.
We hot glued the plastic drawer stop posts into the holes so they did not pop out.
The shelves work great.

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Old 10-10-2015, 06:37 AM   #31
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This looks like the best solution for me. I like that you can see thru them.
What did you use to attach it on the sides?
I also like that it is all removable .
The runners that hold the shelves are attached to the whiteboard with glue and screws as described in the detailed instructions list. Then, pressure from the wire shelving holds the whiteboard in place against the sides of the closet. Therefore, by removing the shelves, the whiteboard releases and can be removed from the closet. So they are not really "attached" on the sides.
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Old 10-11-2015, 04:05 AM   #32
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thanks for explaining. This is a great idea. I LOVE these forums for gems like these.
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I think I saw where someone took the closet closest to the kitchen and made it a pantry. If I were doing it I would get some aluminum and rivet supports. Then put drawer glides to the those. Them use whatever you want for your shelf, keeping it light and with a lip to prevent things from rolling out.
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Did you permanently mount this unit? If yes, how?Did you remove the pole for hanging items?What size is your AS?
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Old 01-24-2017, 02:14 PM   #35
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The shelving unit is not permanently installed. It was built in the garage then reassembled in the closet. We used no nails screws or glue. We did remove the hanging rod but kept it to be reinstalled should we want to return the closet to its original style. This Unit utilizes every bit of space front and back side to side. The actual shelves are deep enough to hold two stacks of clothing. We typically leave our winter clothing in toward the back with summer in the front. It's easy to switch depending on the time of year we're traveling. We tried using the fabric type shelves that hang off the curtain rod, plastic premanufactured drawer bins, and the traditional hanger on a clothes rod. None worked for us as we are accustomed to 5-6 weeks on the road. Our 20' Bambi has been ideal for long trips and with the shelving system we have no problem having enough clothes for a six week trip.
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