Replacing Odd-sized Stove

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Old 03-06-13, 10:40 AM
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Replacing Odd-sized Stove

My new house has an old Crown gas stove with two ovens. It measures 40" and fits exactly between two kitchen cabinets. The appliance is old and falling apart, and I'd like to replace it. My concern is that no one makes a 40" range anymore (or they are pro models and way too expensive). I've been looking at 36" models, but then I'm going to have at least 2 inch gaps on both sides, or more on one side. I don't want to replace the cabinets and counter tops too. Is there anything I can do with the gaps? I'm concerned mainly about the front face of the stove/cabinets rather than about spilling from the top.
 
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Old 03-06-13, 01:22 PM
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Please post pictures of the stove and cabinets around them so we have a better idea what to suggest. http://www.doityourself.com/forum/li...-pictures.html
 
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Old 03-06-13, 05:24 PM
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My concern is that no one makes a 40" range anymore
40" is a pretty common width because it is also 1 m. Sears sells them. Here's one example, with two ovens:

Kenmore Elite 40'' Double-Oven Dual Fuel Range w/Convection
 
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