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Old 06-17-2013, 08:06 AM   #11
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I made one with some old left over Pergo flooring, glued to 1/4 inch lattice strips around the edge and a piece of corner molding on top edges. It matched the woodwork perfectly and I kept it when the old rig sold. Still unused in my garage.
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My camper came with the Atwood folding cover that matched the stove. I found it to be not particularly useful and gave it away. When cooking I was generally using the stove. Horizontal surfaces tend to accumulate temporary clutter which then have to be dealt with before cooking.
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Old 06-17-2013, 10:15 AM   #13
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Most rv's are not known for their abundance of counter top space. Every bit helps according to the Boss!

On our new rig, Atwood has made improvements in the design of the folding metal top. We use it now and it folds out of the way for cooking and does not flop or bend as the old design did.
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