I'm starting my rebuild of a 13ft Scamp
that came to me stripped of everything. I ordered a table and hardware replacement from Scamp
and got it together with the trailer yesterday.
As the first pic shows, the table doesn't fit in two places. The two metal teeth that are supposed to conjoin with the back wall of the trailer were not mounted far enough apart, so the table doesn't attach against the wall. Because the teeth mounted on the table are not adjustable (they are a part of swing arm that hook underneath the table) I'm not sure how it's possible that the slots that are mounted on the rear of the trailer could be off, unless Scamp
has changed their table configuration, and sent me the wrong table.
My second issue as demonstrated by the second pic is that the seats on the trailer are not exactly parallel with each other, meaning that for a tabletop to fit into the slots in the seats (in a bed configuration) the table would have to be almost exactly 1 inch wider at the end away from the wall than it is against it. Therefore this table will not support any weight
, and will not work in bed mode. I looked closely at the seats to see if there was a way to adjust or align them to make them parallel, but they seem immobile. It would seem to me that the only solution would be to make my own tabletop that isn't exactly square, but would work when it drops down into sleep mode.
Oh, wise members of the been there and done that gaggle, do any of you have experience with this or have any other suggestions?
Also, I'm curious about the hexagon shape of the table. Is that how all 13 ft Scamp table tops come? Doesn't seem very comfortable for sleeping...
Thanks for any advice you can offer...