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Joseph Robinson

Rubbermaid Modding - Looking for Information and Tips

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Hello All,

 

I've seen a fair share of Rubbermaid mods while interning at a rental house these past few months, and I was wondering about proper procedures for modding, as well as personal favorites or any tips to be shared.

 

I've been interning at a big rental house these past months and have seen some really cool stuff I'd like to someday apply on a rubbermaid of my own, but I'm unsure of exactly how to go about doing the mods (where to buy certain things, how to attach, etc.)

 

The things I've been wondering are:

-The best wheels/casters to buy, I usually see/hear of 8" or 10" but have no idea which brands to buy/avoid.

-The layer of plywood underneath the rubbermaids.

-What size/type screws/bolts to use to attach the plywood/accessories.

-The little hooks used to hold sticks, what would these be called and how could I attach them?

-The Various bags I see attached to rubbermaids, they all look very useful but I can never tell what brand they are.

-Really any mod you believe is interesting/good enough to share! What are your favorites that you've seen? Which ones are a waste of resources?

 

Thank You,

 

Joseph Robinson

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