Ron, In your picture your screws appear to be flat head bolts. Are they what you used (and how) or are they just representative of the screws? Great post!
I looked at the pic you have unfinished cab, can visualize where the cabinets above pass/driver are and how the screws help... did the bottom of the cabinets have a lining or were they bare?On your oven rattle if it comes back don't forget to look at where I replaced part of the inside mounting boards with some padding on my replacement project. sparky
That's great, Ron. Another helpful for you..................at my pleasure.
Ron,How did you know where the roof sheet metal was? Is it cut to be close to the front of the cabinet?Bob
Quote from: bobander on September 28, 2013, 05:31:02 pmRon,How did you know where the roof sheet metal was? Is it cut to be close to the front of the cabinet?BobGood question Bob. It was just a guess on my part. That is why I picked a dimension of 3" and drilled a pilot hole, placed a 2" finish nail down it to make sure metal roof material was there. Maybe I could have gotton by with 2" from the cabinet opening, but I wanted to be sure I hit metal every time, and wasn't drilling holes near a metal edge. I wanted to get into the "beef" of the metal roof for better anchoring.