Need advice on how to do something
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  Re: Need advice on how to do something by Imakmst© (I have custom hickor...)
Great news, been wondering how this was going to play out.

>>>>>Wife still thinks I'm the man.  woohoo.>>>>

Enjoy!! You deserve the hero worship.

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#47
  Re: RE: Need advice on how to do something by Imakmst© (thanks to all who ga...)
nice to see it worked out
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  Re: RE: Need advice on how to do something by JGrout (nice to see it worke...)
I was lucky in how the installer had added the crown around the top of the finished wall of cabinets. The inside miter wasn't nailed or glued at the joint, so the whole thing came out together. And nine foot ceilings allowed for the thing to be tipper over. I couldn't get it outdoors but near an open door. Still some cleanup of dust but my helper was glad to do her part.
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  Re: RE: Need advice on how to do something by Imakmst© (I was lucky in how t...)
WooHoo awesome
Steve

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The Revos apparently are designed to clamp railroad ties and pull together horrifically prepared joints
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#50
  Re: Need advice on how to do something by Imakmst© (I have custom hickor...)
Can the shelf be raised?I have a similar problem in my kitchen. The new refrigerator made it under the cabinet with no room to spare. The vinyl flooring needs replacing. I will have to remove old flooring and 1/4" plywood for about 3/8" gain in height. For laminate flooring I might make it without modifying the cabinet.Ceramic tile over wonderboard is an option but the cabinet must be modified.I probably will have to make a new one .Trimming the bottom rail won't look right as it has raised panel doors .I made the cabinets 30 years ago so making a new one isn't a big deal.
mike
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