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Old 02-17-2009, 04:52 PM   #11
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Doesn't that effect the stability of the shelf?
My shelf units are massive, oak, and screwed together. It would take an earthquake to tip them over. If I had regular pressboard units, though, they'd definitely be anchored to the wall before I'd unload the bottom shelves.

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My shelf units are massive, oak, and screwed together. It would take an earthquake to tip them over. If I had regular pressboard units, though, they'd definitely be anchored to the wall before I'd unload the bottom shelves.
Oh I see. We are planning on putting in built-in's in our living room but have yet to do so. I guess I will just have to put my son in a play pen till I can figure out what to do about the shelving.
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