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  • Corner Installation Foundation


    Can anyone advise as to what are the appropriate dimensions for the foundation on a 42" corner install?

    Can't wait to get started on this.


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    Re: Corner Installation Foundation

    My oven is 39" ID, so it's a little smaller than your plan but you might find my corner build interesting or at least worth thinking about. I placed my blocks so that I could have two storage bays on the sides as well as "counterspace wings" on the left and right of my oven. My SableSprings web site (below my signature) has a link to the Dragonfly Den photos which have more of a build/use overview.

    If you click on SableSprings at the top of this post, choose View Public Profile, then on the right side, choose Show All Albums...go to the Foundation album to see the block layout. Hope this helps, let me know if you have any questions on how I did things here...
    Mike Stansbury - The Traveling Loafer
    Roseburg, Oregon ( www.sablesprings.com )


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      Re: Corner Installation Foundation

      Wow - that's a gorgeous build! I love the "wings" and the carts. Thanks for the link. I will be studying it carefully.