Just to point out another rock that has been turned, I called Scamp
to ask about these shelves, last October.
They said that they did make some that would likely fit Bolers, and the price was not bad, but the shipping was killer as they have to go by truck. I think it was as much or more than the shelves. I ruled it out based on that.
Good to know about Paul N. (assuming it's him) not shipping. I had contacted him about that same time but had not heard back.
I think that "tabbing" them in using fiberglass tape would be a really good way to go, but it would involve removing and re-affixing some of the Ensolite, and possibly making slits in it (if you did not have the windows
removed in order to get to an edge.
I remember reading where (was it you, Larry?) one person who made and installed their own shelving units fastened them using the rivet holes that are usually there for the curtain rods (which do seem a bit trivial to justify four to six rivet holes apiece!). Then he/she hung the curtain rods from the bottom of the new units (you'd get more space in them this way too, because they'd come down lower where the trailer is bigger).
I've been toying with different ideas for these:
1) A simple cleat fastened to the trailer using the curtain rod holes, with the shelves' base on top of it.
2) A cleat fastened to the trailer as above but then the shelves being lightweight "box beams" using the cleat as spacer and thin ply top and bottom.
3) A length of fiberglass angle with the bottom of the "L" supporting the shelves. The angle would be either tabbed in with fiberglass or fastened as above. Would have to check to see if the angle would be a problem vis-a-vis curving trailer sides. Perhaps it would not have to be a continuous piece.
I really would like to tab, and it makes the trailer (slightly) stronger, as opposed to having holes (which are a slight annoyance), but given the Ensolite issues, and the fact that the holes are already there, I may choose to go with #1 or #2 (or maybe a new idea I pick up here!)
Oh, note: I assume that unless one were tabbing with fiberglass, that one would have to add holes to the roof to help support the shelves, or the face pieces.