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Shoe Rack

Hey, I want to build a lazy Susan shoe rack. (From the post I found) - 
A great shoe storage solution for tight spaces! The shoe storage height space for 1st tier is 8" high; 2nd Tier is 9", and Top or 3rd Tier is 10" high. Each of the Round Tiers is 28" in Diameter. The total height of this Lazy ShoeSan is 28" high, or 34" with boot addition. The ShoeSan weighs 50 lbs.

Our precision ball bearing (silicon lubricated) mechanism delivers a superb quiet and smooth operation when attached to a 28" x 28" diameter wood round turntable platform for stability, balance and ease of rotation, plus the metal anodized ball bearing mechanism positioned between the first tier 28" Susan round and the 28" wood turntable platform is rated at 1000 pounds weight capacity. Ball Bearings are Silicon lubricated to resist moisture and rust. This unique Turntable system results in a silky smooth 360 degree capability for instant access to any shoe on the ShoeSan.
Can you help me find the right material and step by step direction? And if possible a quote? Thanks! --- also, I would make the adjustment for the tall boots. 
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Posted 2016-01-07T06:22:22+0000  by AmMo AmMo

Hello AmMo, and welcome to the community!

The Home Depot carries online 1 in. x 24 in. x 2 ft. Pine Edge Glued Panel Round Board to make the shelves and the Lazy-Susan Turntable, you can use regular pine boards to act as supports between the circles. Some of these items may be found in your nearby store.

Posted 2016-01-08T20:15:23+0000  by Angelo_HD_CHI
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