Well... I'm half done installing them. One problem is that the closet is not square, the top curves. The poles are two sections, which screw together and are exactly the height of the interior hall (6 ft?) which is taller than the interior of the closet. So the poles top half must be cut. They are chromed steel so a hack saw is called for. Do i sound full of excuses?
The next problem is that the folks who showed me their shelves had cut a door in the lower section. I actually installed the base poles and a bottom shelf an inch or so off the floor. I am waffling about the door cut since i am about to move up to a 19' and sell this one. I cannot imagine that the next owner would not LOVE my mods but...
And so i waffle. Do i proceed? Do i not and perform the mod in my new (to me) 19' scamp
? If i could find matching doors local i would just go for it. I don't want to have a hole, i don't want to have one mismatched door, i don't want to replace every door. I will probably buy a door from scamp
for the new rig, assuming that the doors for a 95 scamp are still available.
It seems unwise to make a door mod for a 2009 Scamp that i will sell soon.
But i have the shelves!