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Old 07-03-2016, 01:04 PM   #11
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Our dealer got us these wood covers from I believe camco, they have adjustable grommets on the bottom to fit any configuration.
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Old 07-03-2016, 01:26 PM   #12
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Our dealer got us these wood covers from I believe camco, they have adjustable grommets on the bottom to fit any configuration.
Looks very nice, thanks for sharing
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Old 07-03-2016, 06:45 PM   #13
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Part of the reason I needed a cover over the sink is for counter space. We have a Wildwood 26TBSS (triple bunks, super slide, 29 foot). The only outlet I have near the stove/kitchen is on the left side of the sink near the door. I needed a place to set the coffee pot in the morning. This cutting board gives me a solid place to put the coffee pot, use the sink faucet if needed and use the stove at the same time if I want. When the coffee is finished, I put the cutting board on edge next to the stove and use the sink. Not having counter space is a real pita. I am trying to determine if there is a way to add any extra other than the sink top or the stove top.
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Old 07-03-2016, 07:34 PM   #14
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Looks like my plan is staying the same. My sink doesn't have a ledge to do flush. Oh well, put the next coat of darker stain on and it's close. 10 dollar mod is always good.
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Old 07-03-2016, 08:33 PM   #15
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Part of the reason I needed a cover over the sink is for counter space. We have a Wildwood 26TBSS (triple bunks, super slide, 29 foot). The only outlet I have near the stove/kitchen is on the left side of the sink near the door. I needed a place to set the coffee pot in the morning. This cutting board gives me a solid place to put the coffee pot, use the sink faucet if needed and use the stove at the same time if I want. When the coffee is finished, I put the cutting board on edge next to the stove and use the sink. Not having counter space is a real pita. I am trying to determine if there is a way to add any extra other than the sink top or the stove top.
Treelady,
I looked up your TT and your door/sink area looks pretty much like our FR Wildwood 230BH X-Lite. Ours came with a flip up counter extension located on the end of the counter. It has been usefully but when in up position, you can't come in the door, but no problem so far. I don't have a picture but Google our model and you will see it in some of the dealer pictures. It should work for you.
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Old 07-03-2016, 11:19 PM   #16
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I had made in for our first camper from a cutting board I got at SAMs. Made it to fit inside the sink, that way it didn't slide around when moving. Took a router with a 1/4 in round over and eased all the edges.
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Old 07-08-2016, 12:37 PM   #17
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I made mine out of clear lexan - they sit just slightly recessed, almost flush.

I made 2 pcs, so that one side can be used as a counter and the other as a sink.

The lexan is flexible enough that you can push down at the seam and get ahold of them to pull them up.

You can do this very easy with a jigsaw and a belt sander. I made a template out of cardboard first to get the size correct.

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