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Old 10-31-2014, 08:49 PM   #1
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Need a 21 pic of door side cubbies

I'm trying to buy the sides of the 21 door side cubby option from ETI, but Reace isn't clear on what I want. All I need are the sides; kinda hate to buy the whole thing and have it shipped just to take it apart. I need the exterior wall profile to create a new product. Been working on making a template but it is extremely frustrating.

Could someone with the door side cubbies option email me a picture?

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Old 10-31-2014, 10:53 PM   #2
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More explain: I want a pattern to follow the outside wall shape between the entry door and the front bath wall. I know where the framing inside the bath wall is to use for attachment; was planning on taping to the entry door side fiberglass if possible (brown paper is stuck on the side of the door and held on by the blue tape.) Plan is to create those side pieces and attach a thinner plastic about a foot wide that follows the outside wall shape in order to have something to attach widgets to that.
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Old 10-31-2014, 11:48 PM   #3
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Charlie- sent you an email w/pics. Would post them here but they want to load sideways.
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Old 10-31-2014, 11:55 PM   #4
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Charlie- sent you an email w/pics. Would post them here but they want to load sideways.
Thanks much Ross, I can see why Reace didn't understand what I was asking for - they mounted the face piece (with the holes in it for the plastic cubby boxes) directly to the door framing. Their option does not follow the outside wall at all. Makes sense from a manufacturing point of view. However, we want to do a bit different type of storage there with room for hanging coats - nonetheless, it's very helpful to see how they anchored their version.

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Old 11-01-2014, 12:01 AM   #5
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Sideways

Sorry for sideways view-

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No problem, thanks for the help!

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Rossue: is that a privacy curtain for the bed/bath area?
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We love the cubbies, the top one for tools, one for things from my pockets, one for Nancy and one for the dogs items. Nancy likes and uses the privacy curtain frequently.
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Hi Lyle- yes, it stores to the left against bathroom door. Had forgotten it came with cubby & is of nice quality. Draws very easily inside of the screen door to block outside view.
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Does the face panel the cubbies are mounted to go all the way down to the floor? Also, it appears they are all the same depth (front to back.) That right?

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Yes they do just like the bathroom door frame does. All storage boxes are the same.
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More explain: I want a pattern to follow the outside wall shape between the entry door and the front bath wall. I know where the framing inside the bath wall is to use for attachment; was planning on taping to the entry door side fiberglass if possible (brown paper is stuck on the side of the door and held on by the blue tape.) Plan is to create those side pieces and attach a thinner plastic about a foot wide that follows the outside wall shape in order to have something to attach widgets to that.
Could you not make the pattern from the bathroom wall side or does the wall contour change too much in that short distance away from the door?
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Could you not make the pattern from the bathroom wall side or does the wall contour change too much in that short distance away from the door?
I changed over to using that side but renegotiated the sizes of the cubby openings with wifey last night. Won't need to go all the way back to the fiberglass to pick up the bath side framing now.
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Norma & I are excited to see what you come up with for the 21 Charlie.
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One more question on the ETI cubbies option - the pic shows screws above the openings in the wood face - are each of the plastic holders inside open at the top? Looks like the screws must hold the top in of each plastic holder in place. If so, that's a LOT of wasted volume between white cubby parts.

If the top was open one could put taller stuff in each hole by pushing the top up through the open plastic and setting the item down behind the retaining lip.
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The cubbies are plastic bins turned on their sides with the 4 screws securing the corners to the front board. I removed mine in order to fish some led lights to my cubbies. Be very careful removing them, I recommend removing only one at a time as they can slip down into the recess.
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The cubbies are plastic bins turned on their sides with the 4 screws securing the corners to the front board. I removed mine in order to fish some led lights to my cubbies. Be very careful removing them, I recommend removing only one at a time as they can slip down into the recess.
I'm planning on solvent welding mine to the back side of 2 36 inch tall removeable white ABS plastic panels. They're not going to be slipping!
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