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Old 03-23-2010, 04:23 PM   #29
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Here's another opton for the side shelves. We used some closet wire shelving and inverted it. It doesn't make the trailer feel so closed in. I left the arms a bit long, drilled the holes and inserted one end and pulled back to insert the other. They have never moved.
That is a really cool way of doing that. I had actually considered this for the lofts over the bunk bed, Would be a great place for kids stuff! I like it! I once saw a picture of a Scamp with a fairly deep version of the same kind of wire deck, that had been contoured and affixed in the back over the entire dinette. Last year I strung a cargo net in the that fashion over the dinette because I was desperate. Although ugly it was quite useful!

Thank you for the tip!

I have a terrible picture of that one.. I think it was for sale on Ebay or something and I added to my "Really cool Scamp Pics" Folder..
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Old 03-24-2010, 07:40 AM   #30
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We'll, I'll throw in my picture. We had 4 or 5 tension rods (looks like one here but they're behind one another) across the back that we used for a shelf when stopped and a wet towel rack when travelling.
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We'll, I'll throw in my picture. We had 4 or 5 tension rods (looks like one here but they're behind one another) across the back that we used for a shelf when stopped and a wet towel rack when travelling.
Thats a pretty good idea too! Thank you for adding your idea to the list!
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You may wish to check out this topic, some good information, especially check out LauraW's posts.. with pictures on the second page: Roof Mounted Shelf/Cabinet, made one? and inside the topic, I've posted a PDF that gives info on how to make one.

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Old 03-29-2010, 05:09 PM   #33
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Fabricated the center cabinet for the dinette over the weekend. I used Oak, still needs a finish but I was too excited to wait!
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