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Old 07-22-2011, 10:06 AM   #15
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Pop rivets will not grip permanently into wood or the edge of plywood where any stress is applied, so AFAIK the deluxe cabinets have always been attached with screws. the floors on my 2004 were attached to the frame with what appears to be black phosphate screws, but the cabinet screws appear to be anodized or galvanized. (dull silver/gray at any rate.)
I wonder if I could request SS if I order one?
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Old 07-22-2011, 11:14 AM   #16
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Is there a reason your eggcamper didn't fit your needs anymore? I was curious since you are thinking about going to the smaller scamp interior space. Or did your tow vehicle setup change? Thanks.
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Old 07-22-2011, 11:43 AM   #17
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I have always wanted an Airstream but they are too expensive and leak. Now that I'm into fiberglass I see there are a lot of options out there. I saw a 19' Escape at the rally and priced one out- close to $30K. Then I found pictures of the deluxe and the wood interior of the deluxe is stunning, so I vacillate between the 2. Also my Egg is/was used it needs more windows and bigger refer for my taste. But while I'm a caregiver, I'm staying with the Egg.
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I hear ya, it's nice to have that floorplan where the windows all face out the back. In my area, where i camp, all the lake views are out the back like that. I would sure like to see a deluxe first hand too. I have not had the opportunity yet since they appear a bit rare.
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here is my dream, if you like the rear views, this one opens up and there is a screen in the back
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I have been in those at RV shows and didn't want to leave ha ha. I am like you, window shopping is fun and free
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While we are on the subject of Scamp Deluxe's, does anyone know if there is enough room in a 13' closet to put in ac ? I wonder because I know the bed is wider so I'm thinking there isn't enough room.
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While we are on the subject of Scamp Deluxe's, does anyone know if there is enough room in a 13' closet to put in ac ? I wonder because I know the bed is wider so I'm thinking there isn't enough room.
Plenty of room in the front closet, but the side closet on mine has an OD about the same as the smallest A/C width, it could be done but it would require a little more "engineering" than a standard closet.
Ours has roof air with a heat strip, Scamp used to installed them under the dinette bench on the port side...
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Thanks Floyd, I didn't think there would be room on the deluxe for the side closet. I had an older Scamp 13 with front bath, and it had the ac in the side closet. I was just wondering if I were to pickup a deluxe without ac, where could I put in a unit other than the roof.
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