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Old 07-24-2010, 10:46 PM   #1
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Default Upper Cabinet install in a pole building?

Trying to come up with the best way to install cabinets on the walls of my unfinished interior pole building. I'll probably install the supports before I do the radiant barrier insulation then attach the cabinets afterward.

Plan A: Install 2x4's perpendicular between 2 girts and secure on each end with a T-Strap. Should be plenty strong but is it overkill?

Plan B: Cut down a sheet of 7/16" OSB to bridge the 2 girts and install directly to that. Pretty easy but is it strong enough?

The cabinets won't really have anything super heavy in them, that's what all the pallet racking I put up is for.

Thanks for the insight!
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