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There is 2 5/8" clearance from the bottom rack to the next rack. There is 2 3/8" clearance for the fourth pan. There is 2 5/8" clearance for the third pan. There is 2 1/4" clearance for the fourth pan. Then you have a top rack. PS: the rack is sturdy.
BigKHuna
· January 3, 2016
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Yes if placed in middle of cabinet. I use it for glass pot and pan lids
Kathy
· March 6, 2016
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The frame is 12" high. The top rack/shelf is 11.5" high.
N. McBride
· December 26, 2016
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If your lazy Susan cabinet is like mine, the actual turntable part is a heavy plastic material. The screws go in the bottom of the front of the shelf, so I don't think you could screw it in place even if you wanted to. And while the rack is sturdy enough that the pans might (maybe) not fall out of it during the movem… see more If your lazy Susan cabinet is like mine, the actual turntable part is a heavy plastic material. The screws go in the bottom of the front of the shelf, so I don't think you could screw it in place even if you wanted to. And while the rack is sturdy enough that the pans might (maybe) not fall out of it during the movement of turning the lazy susan, you have to take into account the room needed for the handles and getting them in and out. I easily can imagine a handle hitting the side of the cabinet and taking the whole thing over. Maybe better to use this somewhere stationary and repurpose the lazy Susan. That's what I ended up doing. see less If your lazy Susan cabinet is like mine, the actual turntable part is a heavy plastic material. The screws go in the bottom of the front of the shelf, so I don't think you could screw it in place even if you wanted to. And while the rack is sturdy enough that the pans might (maybe) not fall out of it during the movement of turning the lazy susan, you have to take into account the room needed for the handles and getting them in and out. I easily can imagine a handle hitting the side of the cabinet and taking the whole thing over. Maybe better to use this somewhere stationary and repurpose the lazy Susan. That's what I ended up doing.
Reader
· February 12, 2018
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It was a wedding gift so I don't know.
Joy A Arnold
· January 19, 2019
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The rack is not coated with rubber. But it doesn't seem to scratch any of my pans. I've been pleased with this purchase.
C.D. Berry
· September 9, 2017
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No, it have not.
PerfectStore
Seller · January 12, 2017
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Hello! no pots
SayatStor
Seller · January 12, 2017
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My largest fry pan is a 12" it may be able to handle a 14" if your cabinet is that wide.
Margaret W. Schmelz
· January 20, 2016
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Yes it doesn't have to be screwed in stays up by itself .
Jeff D
· December 13, 2015