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Old 09-01-2015, 01:50 PM   #1
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Hi Everyone, Not sure if this the proper place for this post, but here goes: Does anyone know where to get "stock" sink covers? The kitchen sink in our 2015 Wildwood X-Lite 281QBXL has a ridge just below the top edge that runs the entire inside perimeter that looks like it would support some sort of a cover. I asked the dealer and they said that covers weren't available, but it looks like the sink manufacturer made provisions for some kind of cover. Thoughts?
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Look around the edges near the fixtures for a manufacture name. It might be labeled on the underside as well. If you search that manufacture you should be able to find accessories.


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Additionally you can contact Forest River directly from their website. They have been very helpful.


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Look around the edges near the fixtures for a manufacture name. It might be labeled on the underside as well. If you search that manufacture you should be able to find accessories.
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Thanks Erik, I'll take a look and see what I can find.
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My Roo has a plastic cover for my sink. Sits on top of that groove that your picture shows. When I get home I will check to see if there is any manufacturer info. But like Eric said, you may have to check with FR.
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The sink looks pretty much like my single basin in 39P. Contact Forest River directly, cost was relatively cheap. Got it three days from ordering.
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Old 09-01-2015, 02:48 PM   #7
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My Flagstaff came with a cover from the factory. They are a PITA most of the time, although sometimes they are useful. It will not stay in place during travel.
Sounds like your dealer is as inept as mine. He probably took it out for another unit. Could do the same for you!
Almost all Flagstaff/Rockwood TT we looked at in 2013 had the cover, appeared to come from the factory as part of the sink.
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I wouldn't waste my money on them. They never stay put when traveling and are just a pain. Later RJD
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I wouldn't waste my money on them. They never stay put when traveling and are just a pain. Later RJD
I'm looking for extra counter space. It would be nice to have a place to set things when cooking on the stove and a covered sink would do the job. I guess it doesn't need to be a factory cover.

Has anyone found anything else to cover their sink with?
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Find a large wood cutting board that's bigger than the sinks and edge with rubber shelf liner, like th estove covers. Great counter space and chopping place!
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