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Old 03-07-2015, 08:14 AM   #1
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Kitchen Sink Replacement

I hate the double sinks. We cook a lot when we camp and the tiny sinks are just a pain -- water splashes everywhere, things just don't fit in very well.

So, I want what we have at home -- a large single well sink.

Anyone know of any options or places that may sell a single sink that would fit in the 351DS?
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Old 03-07-2015, 06:48 PM   #2
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Any "Big Box" Home Improvement store might have what you're looking for. It won't be found in any RV store. A sink to do what you want does not have to be RV specific. Just to minimize some cutting, but you have to know there won't be an exact fit, make sure to accurately measure the sink opening you have today............then measure again.

Like they say........measure twice, cut once.

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Isn't the original sink "under the counter"? I would think that would by somewhat of a bigger job than you want because you would have to remove the counter top, right? Why not get a large dish pan or plastic storage bin and do the large dishes outside? Heckuva lot cheaper! Less water in your grey tank too which always seem to fill to quick.
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Old 03-16-2015, 11:21 AM   #4
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Maybe you can buy a drop in sink that will cover the entire opening.
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Isn't the original sink "under the counter"? I would think that would by somewhat of a bigger job than you want because you would have to remove the counter top, right? Why not get a large dish pan or plastic storage bin and do the large dishes outside? Heckuva lot cheaper! Less water in your grey tank too which always seem to fill to quick.
We've been doing that for forty-odd years. A couple of plastic tubs and you're in business. Dump the tubs in the bushes when you're done and they'll thank you for it.
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