Mounting A Microwave In A Truck

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Susan D. 's Comment
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I would think as long as it is secured well with no chance of becoming a missile of sorts you should be good.

PackRat's Comment
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My top bunk is converted into a cabinet by me. I used 1” x 10”s, 2” x 4”s, and 1/2” plywood. Mattress was removed and my second fridge is strapped down up there. I store lots of canned food, clothing and other supplies up there. Never had anything fall out.

Grumpy Old Man's Comment
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Hopefully, I can get motivated enough tomorrow to build it

Grumpy Old Man's Comment
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My top bunk is converted into a cabinet by me. I used 1” x 10”s, 2” x 4”s, and 1/2” plywood. Mattress was removed and my second fridge is strapped down up there. I store lots of canned food, clothing and other supplies up there. Never had anything fall out.

NY roads are so bad 12v adapters bounce out of the socket! I’m not kidding either!

I did get up enough strength to do this. This stupid flu is kicking my butt

Turned out fairly nice considering.

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Grumpy Old Man's Comment
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I put rubber backed carpet on top of the box and under the the left side to prevent rubbing.

Susan D. 's Comment
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Grumpy I hope you feel better soon.

Grumpy Old Man's Comment
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Grumpy I hope you feel better soon.

Thanks. I am slowly getting better.

Robert D. (Raptor)'s Comment
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I mounted my refer to the floor and then strapped the microwave to the refer.

Splitter's Comment
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I mounted my refer to the floor and then strapped the microwave to the refer.

I had the same set up until I gave away my microwave. Use an electric pot now.

Grumpy Old Man's Comment
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I mounted my refer to the floor and then strapped the microwave to the refer.

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I had the same set up until I gave away my microwave. Use an electric pot now.

My fridge fits nicely inside the cabinet. Unfortunately it doesn’t work on 12v, only 110, so I have to leave the inverter on all the time, which worries me.

I am returning it and spent the money on a Dometic, which should also fit in the cabinet.

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