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    Added a Cabinet in the garage to my 395

    e love the new 395 we purchased but the standard cabinet in the garage is useless. We decided to add a small cabinet and di it on a track system to spread the load.
    The cabinet is only 35 lbs It should help with a little extra space. I is a New Age Bold 3.0 series.Click image for larger version. 

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    Quote Originally Posted by screamineagle View Post
    e love the new 395 we purchased but the standard cabinet in the garage is useless. We decided to add a small cabinet and di it on a track system to spread the load.
    The cabinet is only 35 lbs It should help with a little extra space. I is a New Age Bold 3.0 series.Click image for larger version. 

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    Very nice!
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    Quote Originally Posted by screamineagle View Post
    We decided to add a small cabinet and di it on a track system to spread the load.
    That's a very good idea, thanks for sharing it. Can I ask how you attached the railing? Did you find studs (wood or aluminum) in the walls? If so, how did you do it?

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    I found the stud on the right side, I found a stud in the corner, I found a stud on the left side about halfway out from the corner the width of the cabinet. I wanted to support the end of the track at the rail for the bed on the left so I bought a thin sheet of sheet metal, actually a kickplate for the bottom of a home entry I riveted two pcs of sheet metal on the left ends of the track, removed one bolt holding the upper bed track, slid the sheet metal under the rail and shot the screw back in. This baby is solid. Just got back from 26 hours or driving to Bristol TN, to see the Outlaw sprints on the dirt at bristol motor speedway, The cabinet door is held by locking or by a magnet. The Magnet held fine. I could easily stack another cabinet on top with no issues.

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