I mounted a new box for the pellet pro controller so it wouldn't be quite so close to the floor. Got the box big enough for some future upgrades / planned projects.
Next, I mounted up all the conduit / outside boxes for the wiring. Boxes will have a main power switch plus controls for the ventilation fan that will be installed for additional airflow in the cabinet. Boxes will also provide access to the interior for any hard wired probes.
Next was the shelving. I have been looking at different options and kept looking not having much luck in finding anything that met my requirements, fit properly or was reasonably priced. I don't have welding equipment and $700 for 6 shelves is the quote I received for someone to make them so I kept looking. I found some masterbuilt shelves at Bass Pro as a complete accessory kit and after some measurements and planning figured out they were the answer I was looking for. $30 for 2 shelves and 4 brackets. I bought the 2 they had, and now that I have all the mounts done I'm probably going to order 2 more kits.
I used 6061 Aluminum to make the mounting risers for the brackets.
Because the shelf brackets were slightly longer than the tub, the front tube was mounted on 3/4" Aluminum angle and then mounted to the tub. The beautiful thing about this mounting method is the square tube is now almost perfectly flush with the outside of the fridge so the flashing / metal between the outside and the tub will be practically flat. I'll probably end up using a nice piece of 4" 6061 flat to connect them further bracing the front shelf mount.
Used a Kreg shelf pin jig, modified to fit the square tube to drill all the holes.
And the final product. Fully adjustable shelves, nice smooth slides and the way they are designed even loaded up with meat they will not fall out or tilt too much if you slide them out partially. Just about perfect I would say.
Now on to the exhaust and vent fans...