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Old 11-19-2015, 09:26 AM   #1
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For some reason I started receiving emails from a company called Cabinet Parts. Have not ordered anything from them but they seem to have all the speciality items for cabinets. Thought some of you may find something you need on the site.
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Old 11-25-2015, 10:22 AM   #2
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For some reason I started receiving emails from a company called Cabinet Parts. Have not ordered anything from them but they seem to have all the speciality items for cabinets. Thought some of you may find something you need on the site.

What size "pulls" does SMB use? I'd like to replace my fancy gold ones with something less 1980's
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What size "pulls" does SMB use? I'd like to replace my fancy gold ones with something less 1980's
Somehow I just knew I was going to look down in your signature and see that you had a 2000-something rig. What IS it about RV mfgrs. that compels them to use hardware and fabrics that are (at least) two decades behind? It's like they all have a pact or something.

Luckily door hardware is easy to swap. I had a fake wood interior and teal stripes and upholstery
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What size "pulls" does SMB use? I'd like to replace my fancy gold ones with something less 1980's
Somehow I just knew I was going to look down in your signature and see that you had a 2000-something rig. What IS it about RV mfgrs. that compels them to use hardware and fabrics that are (at least) two decades behind? It's like they all have a pact or something.

Luckily door hardware is easy to swap. I had a fake wood interior and teal stripes and upholstery
oh god that's horrible! Even now it's amazing how on a 100K RV the interior is out of the mid 90s. That teal interior is the worst by far
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