Apexstone Gas Struts 100N/22.5lb ,Gas Springs,Gas Strut,Lift Support,Gas Shocks,Lid Stay,Lid Support,Set of 4
Suitable Gas Strut for the Kitchen Cabinets
Do you want to make your sideboard lifted top up and it stays in place until you pull it down ?
Are you looking for the suitable gas strut for your Kitchen Cabinets ?
Look at this, It is so nice for you to be able to use both hands inside the cabinets without balancing the cabinet door on you head
Suitable Gas Strut for RV Overhead Cabinet Doors
Do you have to hold the doors open with your head or have to have my husband/wife hold the door open while you get stuff out ?
Are you looking for the suitable gas strut for your RV overhead cabinet doors ?
Here’s it, because once you open the doors with these struts on, they stay open until you physically close them
User Review – Perfect for our needs!
These Apexstone Gas Struts are great! My Husband and I are working on converting a cargo trailer to a camper. We have two cabinets that have top mount doors. My Husband didn’t have any issues installing these at all. The end result was a clean install with hinges that actually do their job! Now I no longer have to hold the doors open with my head or have to have my Husband hold the door open while I get stuff out because once we open the doors with these struts on, they stay open until we physically close them.
HOW TO INSTALL APEXSTONE 100N/22.5LB GAS STRUTS?
1.Determine the center position of the rectangle mounting hardware ,it should be 70 mm/2 3/4 inch from the back of the lid (do this bracket last so you can line up the closer with the side of the cabinet),as distance to the side of the lid, it depends on the thickness of your box/kitchen cabinets,then mark A ,drill 2 holes on the sides of the center point A
2.Determine the center position of the round mounting hardware, it should be 240 mm/9 7/16 inch from the back of the cabinet, and 10 mm/2/5 inch from the top of the cabinet ,then mark B ,drill 3 holes around the center point B
3.Fix the connectors and connect the joints and the strut