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Old 01-01-2021, 10:15 PM   #1
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Jayco outdoor sink - add a drain?

After starting with two Jayco campers we took a detour and Iím excited that weíre back on the Jayco wagon come spring with a 24BH. Iím coming off of a bigger camper with an outdoor kitchen that had a drain and I am not happy that I do not have a drain with the 24BH.

Has anyone figured out how to take their sink and add a drain even to a 5 gallon bucket that would sit on the ground when the sink drawer is out? Iíve been watching some of the mod threads and have seen people pull their grills and add storage and cabinets to this same style but nothing with the sink.

Thanks for any input you can provide.
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Old 01-02-2021, 10:08 PM   #2
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Maybe drill the sink install a drain and use one of these into a bucket.
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I'm not following. You have an outdoor kitchen with a sink and no drain??
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I just watched a YouTube video on a 2018 24BH and it has a drain.
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This video of 2021 model, looks like the sink is a wash basin with no drain. Starting at 17 minute mark.

I would find another wash basin that fits, then drill in a hole for a small sink drain, than an adaptor for a hose, to a bucket.

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Thanks for the responses. For some reason Tapatalk did not notify me of these answers. Iím look into an extra wash basin and that flexible hose.
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Old 01-13-2021, 12:32 PM   #7
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2020 WH - no drain either

My outdoor kitchen has no drain on the sink either. Will look at adding drain and bucket in the spring. Lets me dispose of gray water instead of into tank.
I don't think much thought went into the outdoor kitchen from Jayco's side.
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My outdoor kitchen has no drain on the sink either. Will look at adding drain and bucket in the spring. Lets me dispose of gray water instead of into tank.
I don't think much thought went into the outdoor kitchen from Jayco's side.
It is a square plastic(?) basin, meant to be picked up and tipped into a bucket or the bushes. Usage instructions are printed on the bottom of the basin.
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Old 01-13-2021, 02:19 PM   #9
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Get a sink tailpiece that has threads that go all the way up like this: https://www.acehardware.com/departme...E&gclsrc=aw.ds

Drill a matching hole. And place a bucket under it. Add a rubber stopper. Then it will function as a real sink. You’ll just need to store the sink basin in the camper for travel unless it would fit flipped over.

Another option would be to use a kitchen sink basin and tailpiece.
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Thanks, thatís a great part for a solution.
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Old 01-13-2021, 10:12 PM   #11
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This is the exact same basin my Outback had. The problem is the way the basin is mounted. It is basically a drawer that pulls out. You can certainly get a second basin, and add a tailpiece. But, you will have to remove the basin before pushing the drawer in, each time.

I just decided it wasn't much different than dumping the basin into a bucket occasionally.


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In places where a traditional P trap is impossible you might want to go with a Hepvo valve. Eliminates the traditional P trap and works great.
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