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Old 08-24-2009, 12:42 PM   #1
sbebenelli
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Counter top extension modification

I added a counter top extension to my 2010 Keystone Hideout and thought I'd share how I did it.

I got the shelf through my dealer. It's from a shelf in another higher end Keystone model that is also used as a counter extension. When I bought the travel trailer this was part of the deal I made so I don't know what the cost would be.

Since the paneling is just 1/4" thick a frame work is needed to make it solid enough.


This picture shows two 1x4 boards that I screwed to the frame work.



This picture shows a couple boards I stuck in between the first boards in the area the brackets will be. These happen to be 3/4" plywood just because I had a couple scrap pieces that happened to be the size I needed.



The finished result.



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