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01-11-2010, 10:37 AM
I have a small verticle pantry on the right side of the Ref and have seen some newer RV's that have a metal rack that slides in/out to make it easier to get to the back of the cabinet. Does anyone know the suppplier other than GS that I can purchase this. The pantry is about 12" wide and about 3" high with movable shelves.

Thx John

01-11-2010, 08:51 PM
I to would be interested in a source. The standard size at lowes and Home Depot Is 12 inches. The opening is 11 1/4 I put a tape on both and I see no way to make it work.

Chuck v
01-11-2010, 11:47 PM

The biggest challenge I faced with adding pull out shelving to my Tour Master under the sink was finding a combination of manufactured drawer units that was close to filling up the available space without wasting too much of the cabinet volume. Clearing the drain plumbing was a further challenge...

You have to balance depth, opening width, working height and of course have a strong enough structure to actually mount the mechanism.

Look at Rev-a-Shelf and start with the 5225 series that can fit a 9 inch opening and are under 35 inches tall working height -- here is a link to their web site:
http://www.rev-a-shelf.com/Common/Produ ... 5%20Series (http://www.rev-a-shelf.com/Common/ProductSeries.aspx?Class=Sink%20&%20Base%20Accessories&Family=White%20Accessories&Category=Wire%20Pantries&Series=5225%20Series)

You did not mention what the cabinet depth is for your coach's pantry, and that may be a constraint for accessories designed for home cabinetry for kitchens, etc.

Good luck...


01-12-2010, 08:00 PM
We shopped, looked and even contacted Gulf Stream for their price on the pantry kit (STICKER SHOCK there!). We finally made our own. DH made two of the drawers with the existing shelves, putting ends on both, shimmed out the width opening of the cabinet, put heavy-duty drawer glides, made a third drawer for spices. Never removed any existing hardware just in case! We love it, looks great, can't live without it and the price was less than $50.00. Good luck, let us know what you decide.

01-13-2010, 10:48 AM
BrewMyOwn.... any chance we can get pictures of your modification

Thx John