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Old 10-11-2002, 02:15 PM   #1
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--- Jack Lawson <> wrote:
> I have noticed that you respond to many of the Scamp
> questions. Do you have
> time for a few more????
> 1. I want to modify the front couch to a
> dinette(to be designed)... is it
> better to modify the existing base(fiberglass) by
> cutting away the center
> section; or donate the front base to some other
> Scamp owner and build new
> bases?

Look thru the photos on the Yahoo-Scampers site; at
least one of the Boler or Trillium owners has done exactly that. Reduces choices on where
to put the Porta-Potti, however. I full-time in my
Scamp and use both the upper and lower bunks for
storage and some open space.

> 2. To re-carpet should/could I remove the existing
> cabinets/bases and put
> vinyl down everywhere?

I haven't done it, but being fundamentally lazy, I
would just cut the carpet at all the bases and then
use quarter-round molding nailed/screwed to the floor
to finish the edges and cover my mis-cuts in the
> 3. Can additional cabinets be added to the rear
> corners?

I think Scamp has them; call and ask for the repair
and accessory parts list to be mailed to you (it's
free). They are certainly an option on some new
> 4. In general, if I was to modify the interior and
> put a bath/closet on
> the street side(it is open now) would the walls make
> the trailer too
> stiff... does the trailer need to flex to keep from
> shaking loose?

I think it's the other way around, the trailer gets
some needed stiffnes (diagonally, side-to-side, from
the galley, bunks, and closet.
> I am in the process of putting in all new appliances
> since the Scamp I
> bought($350) was stripped-- need stove,
> refrigerator, heater.. all new
> copper line for the propane goes in this weekend;
> and all the electrival
> wires are being put in conduit....

Shop around for appliance prices as they vary quite a
bit. Not sure where you are, but for example, there's
an RV parts dealer (new, used and dealer over-stock)
in Brandon FL, Tom's RV, who I accidently discovered
would cut a good deal on appliances they would order
for you from a wholesale catalog they have.
> My Scamp does not seem to have a city-water
> system... adding that too!

I just took out the city water on my '91 S13; leaked,
pain to fix, only used it once anyway. I made a towel
holder to fill the hole in the galley top.
> If you have time.... thanks for your

I'm going to eventually post this on Yahoo-Scamp,
etc., as it may be of interest to others.

Pete and RatLadies

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