Single shown - sold in sets of 5
No Sales Tax, Except CT
This Rev-A-Shelf D-Shaped Pantry Lazy Susan Set for Diagonal Corner Pantry Cabinets will bring your pantry cabinet organization to a new level. This lazy susan set comes with five trays that may be used as individual trays mounted on existing shelves or on a shaft (sold separately). This lazy susan set includes five positioning base assemblies, mounting flange, jack screw, and upper shaft. The trays are available in White or Almond.
(W = side to side) (D = front to back) (H = top to bottom)
20" diameter trays
Ships via UPS/FedEx Ground
|Does this "kit" include hardware to mount each tray, individually, on an existing corner cabinet shelf (without the center shaft)?
I DO NOT want to use the center shaft which would require disposing of the shelves already installed in the corner cabinets. I DO wish to mount a single tray ONTO each shelf within my corner cabinets which would require appropriate hardware for each.
Also, may I order this "kit" with 22" trays instead of 20" trays specified? (How much clearance is required/recommended between the tray and cabinet sidewalls?)
Thank you. - Asked about product RAS-6265-20-11-50
| ||This item includes: Five trays, Five positioning base assemblies, Mounting flange, Jack screw and Upper shafts. The trays are only available in a 20" dia. You would want about an inch clearance all around the shelf. For larger single shelf lazy susans you can view https://www.kitchensource.com/nobots/lazy-susan/d/d-shape/1/atts/0,1369/
| ||- Answered on September 1, 2016|
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|When these shelves are placed on your shaft, is the distance between the shelves adjustable? What is the minimum and maximum height between the shelves if they are adjustable on the shaft?
Thank you very much. - Asked about product RAS-6265-20-11-50
| ||The shaft is 70-1/2" long, but the shelves are adjustable, and there is no min or max. It is up to the customer where they put the shelves on the pole.
| ||- Answered on February 24, 2016|
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