The support bracket just came in from scamp
along with some of the other tired and worn looking pieces. The Scamp
did not have a bracket when I bought it so I decided it would be a good addition to keep the roof from sagging, but alas I may be to late. I set it in place to check fit, and the new bracket holes are about 1/2-3/4" lower than the original holes in the sink cabinet. So I guess, unless Scamp
has changed dimensions, the roof has sagged a bit which in another topic might explain the ill fitting door. My real question is should I try to raise the roof to match the old holes, or just re-drill them at their current height and let be. I don't want to stress the FG by jacking it up, but I could probably do it slowly distributing the stress and get it done. What do you think?