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Old 07-09-2016, 04:42 PM   #1
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Sink & Faucet

We removed this sink and faucet from our Escape 19 and replaced them with Stainless. These worked well, we just wanted stainless. Faucet is in very good shape as is the sink. We did test the sink with a hot match to see if it really would melt. And yes, it did. That left a small blemish on the bottom of the sink but it is still quite usable. Good deal if you are renovating an older trailer. See this link for more information and pictures.


If you can make use of these and are going to the Oregon Coast Gathering let me know. If I don't have to ship them they are free to a good home.

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Old 07-09-2016, 08:55 PM   #2
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Did you find a drop-in replacement that worked?
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Old 07-09-2016, 10:06 PM   #3
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Did you find a drop-in replacement that worked?

I think Hugh used the same one I did Sean. It's a Peerless and works as a direct replacement without any mods to the plumbing. I'll look for the thread.


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This one:

http://www.amazon.com/Peerless-P2995...ilpage_o04_s00


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Did you find a drop-in replacement that worked?
As Brian said, I used the same faucet he did. It was a direct replacement, no trouble.

I used a 13" x 15" SS sink. It's made by Heng with a part number SS1315. ETI said they use this one. It required enlarging the sink cut-out a little, maybe a 1/4". The drain needed a minor change.

I did a write up on the kitchen mods. The faucet and sink were both covered.

Let me know if you have other questions.

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Robert, we got the same one you used -- largely because we knew it would fit (thanks!). I notice that when we drive the faucet always ends up pointing directly forwards. Not a big deal, but I wonder if yours does the same.
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Robert, we got the same one you used -- largely because we knew it would fit (thanks!). I notice that when we drive the faucet always ends up pointing directly forwards. Not a big deal, but I wonder if yours does the same.
There's a lot of spout there Leon, for such a small connection to the base, so it has a tendency to swivel a bit too freely. It is possible to do "surgery" on the base and tighten the swivel but I didn't mess with it. We usually find a few drops of water on the counter as well because the curvature traps some water in the spout that comes out once you hit a few bumps.

Not the best faucet, but for me the best part is the ease of installation, and it looks good.
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There's a lot of spout there Leon, for such a small connection to the base, so it has a tendency to swivel a bit too freely. It is possible to do "surgery" on the base and tighten the swivel but I didn't mess with it. We usually find a few drops of water on the counter as well because the curvature traps some water in the spout that comes out once you hit a few bumps.

Not the best faucet, but for me the best part is the ease of installation, and it looks good.
I think almost all faucets leave a few drops of water on the counter. It isn't a big deal at all. I was just curious is your faucet had the same behavior. I agree it looks good, and we like the faucet. Certainly was easy to install!
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I also installed that faucet. We have a charcoal filter on the spout and use this to tie a light bungee to that end and a small piece of foam under the sink cover on the other end. Keeps it from swinging back and forth as we drive.
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