Hi Jason. I found the information for you. this is the information I had sent someone else:
The overall dimensions for the cabinet are 44"w x 31.5"d x 84"h. I cut the side pieces 30 x 79.5. The wheels on the bottom added 3.75". I used 4" wheels and I inset them on the bottom. Basically, I wanted to make sure the cabinet would fit under my garage door rails. I left myself an inch or so for any errors in measurements and for the slope of the garage floor. I was trying to cover my bases and not have any problems after I built it. I have a slab foundation and I wanted to put it up next to the wall. I also took into consideration the concrete foundation which was about 3 inches wide. That is why I inset the wheels. Your garage may be different. For the top shelves I made one side 15.5" wide and the other side 13.75" wide. I used 3/4 plywood for the center divider, sides, and some of the lower shelves. I was using scrap wood my dad had given me for part of the project. I know I made it harder on myself having to fit pieces together to get the desired measurements in some cases, but I did save a little money in doing so.
Thanks for your interest in the cabinet. I know that I really enjoyed building it and it was definitely a learning experience for me.
Thanks for the friend invite and I hope you make the cabinet. :)
Hi Jason. thanks for the interest in my storage cabinets. I don't have any plans for them but I took a lot of pictures along the way. I am also a beginner and I'm sure that you can make these. I think that I replied to someone and gave them the measurements that I had written down when I made them. I will look for my comment and let you know. Thanks.
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