PVC Closet Shelf for the 13 Scamp

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Greg A
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PVC Closet Shelf for the 13 Scamp

Did another Joe Z signature PVC Closet shelf frame in the project Scamp 13 this weekend.  Used leftovers from my previous PVC projects so the cost was $0. Time was approximately 1.5 hrs.

Setting the base legs

Completing the base for the first shelf

Another layer, add wood and done!

I'll paint with a Zinsser Permawhite and touch up the closet walls

I'll probably add one more shelf later on, but for now I'm leaning towards installing a microwave in the bottom of the closet and then will adjust the PVC Frame up accordingly.  Going to go camp for awhile before deciding.

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Way to Go Greg...... Amazing

Way to Go Greg...... Amazing the things that could be done with PVC tubing. Lil' Scamp is smiling i'm sure as that is one really clean trailer you purchased :)

Joe

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2013 Casita SD 17'

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adding ac

added one in the same spot   must  must  have proper ventilation of the hot air from the ac or it will keep shutting off    i made a shroud out of styrofoam so that the hot air had to be blown out through the vents on the side of the camper

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About your shelves

Is that 1" PVC?  Did you gule it or just push the fittings together?  Looks like a snug fit.

Steve Wetzel
2013 Scamp 13' Standard Layout 2
2008 Toyota Highlander V6

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PVC Shelves

3/4" pvc no glue, just fit together snugly.

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