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Old 04-08-2017, 03:36 PM   #1
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"Stripper poles" in Scamp

We're considering a Scamp 19 and I have a question. I've noticed different pictures of the interior photos, some with and some without the support poles on the end of the counter. Is there a difference between models? Why do some have them and some don't?
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Old 04-08-2017, 05:33 PM   #2
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"Stripper poles" in Scamp

All of the fiberglass interior models should have two of them, on the rearward ends of the galley on both sides. They provide necessary support for the shell. The deluxe (wood interior) models don't have them because they have floor-to-ceiling cabinetry on the street side.

Most single-wall molded trailers depend on interior components to support the shell and maintain its shape.
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Some folks remove those important support poles, at their own risk.
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... and others change them to something they like better.
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Some folks remove those important support poles, at their own risk.
Yeah, just imagine if a stripper showed up, and there was no pole! Eeek! You'd have to improvise.
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Great idea I can install a stripper pole to support a roof air conditioner on my trillium and it won't look out of place.ill try to run this idea by the wife,I'm always looking for ideas that have double uses.
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Great idea I can install a stripper pole to support a roof air conditioner on my trillium and it won't look out of place.ill try to run this idea by the wife,I'm always looking for ideas that have double uses.
Be careful, she might make you strip for her!
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Lol, you guys.

There isn't enough room to swing a cat in these things. Never mind a stripper!

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Lol, you guys.

There isn't enough room to swing a cat in these things. Never mind a stripper!


Swing a stripper?!
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