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Old 05-09-2014, 06:42 PM   #15
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Very nice job. Did you make a pattern for the shelves to fit? How? My 13' front closet could use shelves, but there is a rounded corner to deal with.
Pattern making hint: Use taped up cardboard boxes to lay poster board for templates on and start making shelves from the bottom up. Free boxes at any US Post Office.

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As many others have stated, nice work John.
I've been on this forum for some time and it is threads like this with their positive feedback that make the forum an enjoyable place to share and glean ideas.

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The closet in my 13' Scamp has the hot and cold water pipes which bow out into the closet. They don't seem to be conducive to adding shelves in the closet. Has anyone else encountered this problem and how did you solve it?
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Reroute the pipes to a corner and cut a space out of a corner of the shelves for them.

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Old 05-21-2015, 09:01 AM   #19
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I promised to get back with an update. It's been about 20,000 miles and the closet shelves have been a success. No sagging shelves and much more usable storage. The strip lighting is especially useful.

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