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Old 06-27-2016, 05:15 PM   #1
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More countertop space for XLR 29hfs

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ID:	112396Took the very warped worthless very odd shaped too low dinette table that came with my TH and made matching countertop - slide in shelf and a little shelf next to couch
And cut sink cover in half to make one sink available while one covered
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Old 06-27-2016, 10:19 PM   #2
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I've seen some good stuff on here, but this is awesome. I have that table too. Any info and pics on how you mounted these would be appreciated. I gotta do this.
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Old 06-28-2016, 11:31 AM   #3
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PH, are you sure that isn't a hunk from your kite board? My plastic sink has one side larger than the other with separate nice covers, BTW. I would rather have the SS model.
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Old 06-28-2016, 09:25 PM   #4
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And cut sink cover in half to make one sink available while one covered
Outstanding!!! Where di you get the matching laminate?t
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Old 06-28-2016, 09:28 PM   #5
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WW u still in the Midwest?

I used sealux folding brackets off of amozon for drop down table
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16" drawer sliders with strips of1/4 " aluminum under slider to clear lip on cabinet and another strip under wood for support from lowes Click image for larger version

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Dennis my toyhauler came with a big color matching folding table that was oval warped and sat flat like a rocking chair - and was too low - lol

So I had my friend - a good cabinet guy - cut it up -even reused the side trim on the table it just peeled right off - he made it look easy with a table saw - I can't cut a straight line if it's drawn on .....
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Thanks for the info. Great use of that table!!
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Looks great, I'm going to do something like this for sure thanks for the idea. My table has been sitting in the basement since new as we have ZERO use for it as a table!
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Looks good Allen. I have that roll around "island" but don't bring it when I have the bike (normally) : its quite heavy. I came back when my sons wife passed. Now in north Ga.
Riding the scoot today... Beautiful up here... also cooler today.
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VERY NICE !!!
I am surprised you did not make a cover for the stove,,, when not in use !!!
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