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Old 03-24-2015, 12:28 PM   #1
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Sink cover

We have a 2015 X213 trailer and had to order the sink covers from the dealer. I was wondering if anyone else got them and can tell me why the larger sink cover has slats cut out? I imagine it's to let liquid drain or maybe to keep air circulating when we store the trailer?
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Old 03-24-2015, 02:05 PM   #2
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There are sink covers available? Awesome! I have to get us some! Same as you, our 2015 did not come with them.

Can you post pics?
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Old 03-24-2015, 03:28 PM   #3
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There are sink covers available? Awesome! I have to get us some! Same as you, our 2015 did not come with them.

Can you post pics?
We keep the trailer at a storage lot but I will try to get a photo up here. We called our dealer and they ordered them for us. Good luck!
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Old 03-24-2015, 04:15 PM   #4
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The slats on the sink covers is supposed to be for plates. I use a small dish rack.

Do you know if your sink is made by Duro Form plastics? If they are you can order from them directly. All you need is the model # for the sink. It is located on the underneath backside of the sink. I ordered directly from them in 2011. It was $10 for the small side and $15 for the large side plus shipping.

Hope this helps.
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Old 03-24-2015, 04:58 PM   #5
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The slats on the sink covers is supposed to be for plates. I use a small dish rack.

Do you know if your sink is made by Duro Form plastics? If they are you can order from them directly. All you need is the model # for the sink. It is located on the underneath backside of the sink. I ordered directly from them in 2011. It was $10 for the small side and $15 for the large side plus shipping.

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Wow!!! I hate to say I spent WAY more getting it from dealer! But thanks for the info, hope it helps others save a little!!!
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Awesome info! Can you post a link or picture of you sink cover? Thx...
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Old 04-23-2015, 11:04 AM   #7
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I was told during my PDI that it was a cutting board and the slats are for rinsing the veggies, allowing the water to flow into the sink. Doesn't seem to be a big advantage to me.
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ID:	17746 Good for cutting limes on! Just here at the dealer, still trying to decide on the last 2015 they have. Want to make the right choice. We are moving up from a 17' Casita.
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Attachment 17745Attachment 17746 Good for cutting limes on! Just here at the dealer, still trying to decide on the last 2015 they have. Want to make the right choice. We are moving up from a 17' Casita.
Good luck getting that label off the sink! After two outings and several sinks full of hot, soapy water, it is still stubbornly attached!! LOL!
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Good luck getting that label off the sink! After two outings and several sinks full of hot, soapy water, it is still stubbornly attached!! LOL!
Goo Gone will take it off in seconds with ease.
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