WOW! This is why I love this place! Ask a question, and get a whole bunch of good people wanting to help you out. Carol, I'm not sure what you mean by top front and bottom rear...although I know what top and bottom is. Basically, how I picture it with my pea brain is that all the rivets are from inside the cabinet, 3 at the top and 3 at the bottom, or is there a "lip" of fiberglass that they shoot them into that surrounds the cabinet? Thank you so very much Carol, I read a lot of your posts and you are amazing to me.
Second, David & Paula...we have talked via private message several times, and I'd much rather do your wire shelf thing as it's cheaper, but isn't my trailer laid out different than yours? All I have are side cabinets over the bench seats at the dinette area, and I THINK they run clear to the end of the trailer. In your pic, there is a "space" between the end of the cabinet and the wire shelf...UNLESS, you used that angle aluminum between the space of the upper kitchen cabinet and the front of the trailer?? But then, there's no cabinet on the other side to adhere the angle aluminum to, so I'm perplexed how you did that. I thought it a fabulous idea when we were writing to one another, but I must be missing something, because since you suggested it, I know you are right because I'm a newbie.
I called Scamp
today, just so you all know...they are (have) gotten rid of the oakey type cabinets and are now using a cherrywood color, so they're searching for oak type wood as we speak. Also, tables only come in white now.
Further, Devon at Scamp
told me that a person sleeping on the top bunk would only have about 18" between his or her head and the upper cabinet. But I called a friend of mine who has a whopper of a travel trailer with the bunks, and she got about the same type of head height (18" of space above around a 7" width head...tee hee). I guess you just have to finnagle your way out of there, but hopefully, that upper bunk will be saved for just my wee grandchildren some day...
One further question to anybody who has read this far, I'm going to cut my closet space down to the height of the wheel well. The current door is 18 x 32...have any of you done this and can give me an idea of the length of the door I'll need from them?
Thank you so very much,
Wendy (Campy Time)