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Old 02-10-2013, 11:19 AM   #1
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Mini counter top?

I have a 2007 shamrock 21ss we bought about 2 years ago used. The previous owners only used about 10 times. They didn't even mount all the towel racks ect. That came with the camper! So this weekend I'm deep cleaning and restocking for a trip next week and came across this little counter top with a brace attached on the bottom. I had totally forgotten about this piece! Thing is, I have no idea where it goes!! I have looked all over the place! Does this piece attach to counter, the table or used somewhere on the wall? Where ever it goes, the piece that connects with the end on attached to the countertop is missing! Any info about this little countertop would be great! My only complaint about the camper is lack of counter space, so this would be wonderful! If I can figure it out, that is! Thanks in advance!
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Old 02-10-2013, 11:33 AM   #2
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With that floorplan, I don't see where a counter extension would fit. Is there a TV in the camper? It could be a flip-up shelf for a TV if its that dimensions (about 8 x 16").

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Old 02-10-2013, 11:38 AM   #3
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I thought about that, but I think it is actually too big and the brace sticks out to far to be flush with the wall. It is about 12" x 16".
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That's a side table for the outside grill. If you look at the back of it, you'll see the rail that attaches it to the grill rail.
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Thanks bikedan! That's it! Oh well, guess the coffee maker continues to live on the stove! Thanks for your help!
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Lack of counterspace was the #1 reason we eliminated the 21SS as a purchase.
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Thanks bikedan! That's it! Oh well, guess the coffee maker continues to live on the stove! Thanks for your help!
I wouldn't mind having that outside table myself. Someone here made one and it got me thinking.
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Thanks bikedan! That's it! Oh well, guess the coffee maker continues to live on the stove! Thanks for your help!
Do you have enough floor space for a small table like the old TV tray tables? If so, they have a few different models at Walmart. We found one that is a little bigger but still folds up to almost nothing when not needed.
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We do have plenty of floor space but we also have 3 kids. On of which is almost 2! So the coffee pot has to be on a counter that can't be knocked over! But thanks anyway! I wish there was a electrical outlet on the slide out! There is space there, just no power!
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We have that shelf with our 21SS Roo too. The rail outside is really long and since we don't have the grill I was thinking about making a small table to use as an outside prep area. I've found a 30" rail now I just need to find the hinged supports. Anybody know where I can get those?

Where on the slide out would you add the outlet? I'm curious.
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