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Old 07-10-2014, 10:16 AM   #1
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Wanted: Scamp Cabinet Door (under sink)

Hello,

Does anyone have an older Scamp cabinet door for under the sink on a 13 footer? I've seen some variations of this but it is a big door covering an opening that fills most of that space. Apparently, the doors from Scamp are a different wood type/color.

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Old 07-10-2014, 10:59 AM   #2
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Sometimes it is just easier to replace all the doors. The pressboard doors start to expand around the edges after a while. I was able to get all my doors on my 16' out of one 4x8 piece of birch plywood.
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I agree with Dennis it might be easier just to replace all the doors with real wood. The neat thing about wood doors is they can be decorated by several methods. In my case I used solid 1/2" maple (I had to glued at least 2 pieces together), then with wood burning pen decorated them, add a bit of color. Now I have custom doors made by me. Makes a nice personalization of my trailer.
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Old 07-10-2014, 11:36 AM   #4
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Thanks for the replies. I just purchased our 78 Scamp a few months ago and have had to prioritize my projects. Interior paint and new floors are underway! I have a few others projects that will the push cabinet doors into next year. I'd like to get a stop gap before then so I don't have to look the eye sore that is the door until then. I'll most likely replace them at some point but until then I'm looking for some help on this AMAZING forum.
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Andy, it might help if you posted an actual size of the door you are looking for. If you don't have the door, post a size of the opening.

Thanks for the idea. People do replace their doors. They could forward them on to someone that needs one.
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Old 07-10-2014, 04:49 PM   #6
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AC, I also made our doors from Birch plywood and they look great. Byron's maple doors are the best I've ever seen but beyond my skills.
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I am replacing all of mine with birch plywood... so far I've done the closet door (I needed a shorter door due to AC install) and the front bunk cubby (original was very warped and did not close well) and those came out great. All of my other doors are in okay shape for being 30 years old, but I will be making replacements for those soon so everything matches.
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Old 07-11-2014, 08:48 AM   #8
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Alright. Thanks again for all of the responses. I should have posted these numbers the first time around but thought these may be standard. Anyhow, the opening is 18.5x20. The make shift door is 20x21. Here are some pictures (that I hope work).




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You're trying to upload pictures from within your mail client. That won't work.
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Old 07-11-2014, 09:24 AM   #10
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I'm hoping these shutterfly's work.

I wish they wouldn't show up on my end if the weren't going to work for everyone else...




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Humm the upper cabinet doors look pretty well the same as what Scamp is still selling today and they will cut them to what ever size you want.

I custom ordered a custom sized door from Scamp last year for my 92 and it matched up - maybe just a little darker in colour but not enough to really notice.
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I see the problem. To get a door that matches the other doors you'll have to custom order from Scamp. That white door is where there used to be two doors, side by side.
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We recently changed out all our cabinet doors using Baltic Birch. All the doors came out of one 5'x5' piece. We backed beveled the edges and rounded the corners.
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Here's a picture of the "factory" openings. Those two tall narrow openings is where there was two doors.
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