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Awesome stuff guys!
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I believe the missing dado is on the back of the top panel of the casings. I ended up having to do that one while assembling the first casing.

My drawer slide holes didn't line up either. For those still planning I would definitely recommend marking through the slides. Also, don't drill the middle holes until you have the slide mounted in the first two. Made life a lot easier for me.
Yes that's it! I thought it was a bigger piece.

Adam, looking at LH_RH_Carcass.pdf page 2 part 4 (Rear panel) there's no dimension for the height of the panel so it's assumed that it's the same height as the side panels at 10.625" but really since it's not fitting into a dado top or bottom it should be 0.25" shorter than the side panels, dimensioned at 10.375" tall. I ended up taking .125" off of it and dado'ing the back edge of the top panels for a tighter fit.

So it might not be a missing dado but it is a missing dimension for the height of the carcass rear panel that caused the slight confusion.
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Yes that's it! I thought it was a bigger piece.

Adam, looking at LH_RH_Carcass.pdf page 2 part 4 (Rear panel) there's no dimension for the height of the panel so it's assumed that it's the same height as the side panels at 10.625" but really since it's not fitting into a dado top or bottom it should be 0.25" shorter than the side panels, dimensioned at 10.375" tall. I ended up taking .125" off of it and dado'ing the back edge of the top panels for a tighter fit.

So it might not be a missing dado but it is a missing dimension for the height of the carcass rear panel that caused the slight confusion.
i had the same issue for the tops as well.
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i had the same issue for the tops as well.
Ah! Good to know it's at least extra wood and not too little which would result in needing to cut a new piece. I'll try to update the plans asap.

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Finished up the finish work on my drawers and sleeping platform this weekend. I choose "special walnut" stain on the outside and left the insides raw red oak then polyurethane coated the whole thing. I added some extra squares to create a ledge for the sleeping platform to sit on the drawers, built a front support for the platform, added some turnbuckles to hold the back end of the drawers down tight since I opted to not build the side wheel well covers, added speaker cabinet handles, added bottle opener that's been floating around on various projects of mine for years. The only downside I've found is that my coleman stove is too tall to fit in the grill spot 3.75" max height and it's like 4". Also the 4runner floor doesn't appear flat even when shimming various places/my wood working skills are mediocre so the beauty panels on the drawer faces don't sit 100% flush level and square on the drawer fronts. Aside from those nitpicks it should be VERY nice functionality wise. Next up is wiring up the dual battery setup to power the fridge and accessories.

















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May be a dumb question but is everyone just using CDX plywood thats 1/2 inch or something other.
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May be a dumb question but is everyone just using CDX plywood thats 1/2 inch or something other.
Most people use birch plywood, I chose red oak because my local menards didn't have enough sheets of birch and Lowe's selection was worse. You could really use anything cheaper that's 1/2" but the hardwood stuff is better to work with for a finished look. Supposed to be better for dados and edge nailing. I think I could have made cdx look almost as good in the end but for all the hours in I'm happy with spending a little more for a solid drawer setup.
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Supposed to be better for dados and edge nailing. I think I could have made cdx look almost as good in the end but for all the hours in I'm happy with spending a little more for a solid drawer setup.
Also another dumb question but what screws are you guys using to hold it together? The 3/4 inch screws that bagels has https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...?ie=UTF8&psc=1
posted they seem really small to be honest.
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Also another dumb question but what screws are you guys using to hold it together? The 3/4 inch screws that bagels has https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...?ie=UTF8&psc=1
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Wood glue and 18ga brad nails shot through an air nailer. Luckily I have a buddy that had the gun, router, and table saw so I cut and assembled at his house. He seemed to think the glue was the strength and the brads just held it clamped til the glue dried. Based on how flimsy the brads were I'd agree. The dado'ed and glued boxes are pretty strong when assembled!
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Also another dumb question but what screws are you guys using to hold it together? The 3/4 inch screws that bagels has https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...?ie=UTF8&psc=1
posted they seem really small to be honest.
with being routed and using glue i also used a flooring clean nail. Just for more added grip. They're impressively strong when put together and dried.

I just loaded all my camping gear in my drawers and have some room to spare. Im headed to Pismo this weekend and will take pics while in use.
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Wood glue and 18ga brad nails shot through an air nailer. Luckily I have a buddy that had the gun, router, and table saw so I cut and assembled at his house. He seemed to think the glue was the strength and the brads just held it clamped til the glue dried. Based on how flimsy the brads were I'd agree. The dado'ed and glued boxes are pretty strong when assembled!

Iím almost done but thank both of you for replying to my questions but now I have one last one, the right small drawer is there a missing dado or does the sides and the front and back sit on top of theĒ 2(bottom panel)Ē or should the front and back panel have a dado on the bottom?
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Iím almost done but thank both of you for replying to my questions but now I have one last one, the right small drawer is there a missing dado or does the sides and the front and back sit on top of theĒ 2(bottom panel)Ē or should the front and back panel have a dado on the bottom?
For the small drawer the only dados are the ends of the "side panels" this creates a rectangle that borders around the outside of the "bottom panel". The front/back and sides do not sit on top of the bottom panel. Cut it as shown and dry fit, you'll see what I mean. It would be stronger with slightly different dimensions and some dado's added but I just followed it as is since it's the small drawer.
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I got my sidewings done yesterday, minus the tops lol, will do those this weekend.

How are you guys mounting the drawer "faces" without any screws up front?
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For the small drawer the only dados are the ends of the "side panels" this creates a rectangle that borders around the outside of the "bottom panel". The front/back and sides do not sit on top of the bottom panel. Cut it as shown and dry fit, you'll see what I mean. It would be stronger with slightly different dimensions and some dado's added but I just followed it as is since it's the small drawer.

Thank you Iíve dry fitted it multiple times but the measurements just seem off to me, Iíve probably messed up somewhere and am over looking it haha thanks for the reply. When Iím done Iíll post pics itís not perfect but it should do nothing some wood puddy canít fix haha

Also you can screw from the back to the front for the faces or nail it on the sides on the front . Thatís what I did
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^^^^ yep 1" wood screws with washers from the drawer side pulled the face on nice and tight, then the screws for the handles I put on mine were longer than 1/2" so it added a bunch of extra grab between the beauty panel and drawer fronts.
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