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Old 10-29-2017, 07:16 PM   #1
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I am looking for a plastic cutting board or it might be called a cover for my Kitchen sink for my 2006 23b jayfeather can anyone let me know where can find a replacement 14x 11 3/4 thx
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Made mine out of a solid 3/4" block of Teflon. We doubled it for a cutting board also.
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Old 11-05-2017, 09:41 PM   #3
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I am looking for a plastic cutting board or it might be called a cover for my Kitchen sink for my 2006 23b jayfeather can anyone let me know where can find a replacement 14x 11 3/4 thx
I've used these guys for a couple of projects on my trailer, they do a great job. Custom Cutting Boards - White Poly Cutting Boards - Cutting Board Company - Commercial Quality Plastic and Richlite Custom Sized Cutting Boards

Or you can just go to Walmart and buy a cutting board and cut it down to size yourself.
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I made ours out of a 18" x 24" poly cutting board, using standard woodworking tools. A lot cheaper than buying a pre-made one, if you're handing with tools.

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The pix of the project are in my album...

Yeah, an oversized plastic cutting board from wally-world. Some shirtboard and scissors to make a pattern.

20 minutes with a saber saw and voila!

Custom fit sink cover/cutting board in an afternoon.
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Cutting board

Thanks all for your suggestions I think I am going to buy one and cut it to size 😀
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Thanks all for your suggestions I think I am going to buy one and cut it to size 😀
When we had our 23b, we got a big, square plastic cutting board and put it on the stove. We used a rubber drawer liner underneath to keep it from moving. This gave us more "counter space" when not using the stove.
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Although haven't done it yet, planning to go to ikea and buying a reasonable wood cutting board and then cutting it to the shape of the sink. Quick router and sealing. Voila!
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