I was reading a couple of different kitchen shelf threads and apparently the person that had the directions on the website Sharon originally linked to has taken the link down. This is the easiest mod that I have ever done and it literally took me 20 minutes and cost me about 60 bucks. Step 1: Buy the parts (Courtesy of Sharon). 2 40" tension shower rods 2 double shelf tracks 2 shelf kits (comes with shelf bracket and shelf) 2 Closet Hangers to use as support and later as guides. Side note, I used the 24 Inch shelf tracks and 3 foot shelf. Lowes had to cut it for me because they didn't have the kits. I would also recommend buying S hooks, not mandatory but they come in extremely handy and only cost another buck for 2-4. Step 2: Level Pup all around, this is extremely important. Step 3: Unroll your tension rods. There will be a fat end and thinner end, align your shelf holders with the fat end and drill holes in the top and middle screw holes. Step 4. Screw shelf holders into tension rods. Important, do not put a screw in the bottom hole or you will not be able to lower the tension rod. Step 5. Put tension rods in place and space them by about 2.5 feet, doesn't need to be perfect. It is important that your camper is level at this point. Step 6. Make sure the rods are level all around and mark your ceiling and counter for where you want to put your closet hanger pieces. This will help stabalize your shelving unit and serve as a guide for future use. Step 7. Double side tape, epoxy or screw the closet pieces. Step 8. Set up your shelf unit. Step 9. Step back and admire your handy work.