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Old 08-30-2016, 03:12 PM   #41
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i have one of those black granite sinks in my house I've had it for about 6 years not a mark on it they are really nice and durable- just don't put a very hot pan in. I'm leaning toward the small double sink or Donna's bar sink.
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Old 08-30-2016, 03:23 PM   #42
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i have one of those black granite sinks in my house I've had it for about 6 years not a mark on it they are really nice and durable- just don't put a very hot pan in. I'm leaning toward the small double sink or Donna's bar sink.

I have a "Donna" sink for sale. Bought it for my 17A but it would not fit ( undercounter bulkhead for heater was in the way) and I didn't realize that until Amazon's return had expired.

Anyway its for sale ....

I need to check on model number.

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Old 08-30-2016, 03:43 PM   #43
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i have one of those black granite sinks in my house I've had it for about 6 years not a mark on it they are really nice and durable- just don't put a very hot pan in. I'm leaning toward the small double sink or Donna's bar sink.
Hi: Fox hunt... I thought that when you bought an Escape trailer you got almost everything including the kitchen sink!!! Alf
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Old 08-30-2016, 04:22 PM   #44
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I have a "Donna" sink for sale. Bought it for my 17A but it would not fit ( undercounter bulkhead for heater was in the way) and I didn't realize that until Amazon's return had expired.

Anyway its for sale ....

I need to check on model number.

Tom

My stainless steel sink is a FrankeUSA model BMSK802 (its a top mount), single bowl. I paid $115.00 - make me an offer. New never installed. It won't fit in a 17.

I can mail it to you or drop off at ETI under your name .... drop off at ETI can't happen until Nov 2016 or Jan 2017.

Suggest you look up on Amazon for a complete description.

I also had installed a twist type screw sink strainer. I really like the screw type because when I let my gray tank get full, I can seal the sink up so no gray water back flushes back into the sink until I can empty it. Yuk!

I got a model similar to a Danko 81077 as listed on Amazon. Check your sink opening size before ordering.

I wanted a large as possible sink to store all my counter clutter for traveling ( learned from my boating / sailing days). I also wanted a sink large enough to wash my hair in without splashing water everywhere ..... this sink would meet both criteria. I ended up with a sink made by Signature but unfortunately I no longer have a model number. Its an inch bigger in all three dimensions than the stock ETI sink. Doesn't sound like much but its noticeably bigger. I think the extra depth helps to keep things corralled while traveling. I'm still 'moving' in and trying to find homes for everything.

If you are interested in my sink, PM me or leave a message here.

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Old 08-30-2016, 05:25 PM   #45
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i do have it all plus the kitchen sink but I'm going to go for a larger trailer next year so the planning begins! i know exactly what i want except i cant decide on which trailer.... 21,19 ,5.0? for some reason i just cant make up my mind! hoping it will be clear some day soon! My friends are sick of talking about it.
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Old 08-30-2016, 05:39 PM   #46
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i do have it all plus the kitchen sink but I'm going to go for a larger trailer next year so the planning begins! i know exactly what i want except i cant decide on which trailer.... 21,19 ,5.0? for some reason i just cant make up my mind! hoping it will be clear some day soon! My friends are sick of talking about it.
You're appx 4 hours from ETI, so take a day (and maybe a night up there!), travel up there and test out each of those trailers. Take some of your stuff with you to see how they look in each trailer. Well, not your sleeping bag, but you know what I mean.

Go back and forth between each trailer and take lots and lots of photos. Take photos of you sitting at each dinette and bed so you can jog your memory later. Go back and forth some more.

Make your decision. And then second guess yourself for months on end.

Yeah, been there, done that, know what you mean. Good luck!
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Old 08-30-2016, 05:41 PM   #47
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Love Donna's sink but remember you will lose space under the sink. If I did not have an oven I would have gotten a bigger sink but I already gave up that cupboard (for warm brownies what can I say) so I stuck with the standard sink.

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Old 08-30-2016, 06:03 PM   #48
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i do have it all plus the kitchen sink but I'm going to go for a larger trailer next year so the planning begins! i know exactly what i want except i cant decide on which trailer.... 21,19 ,5.0? for some reason i just cant make up my mind! hoping it will be clear some day soon! My friends are sick of talking about it.
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Old 08-30-2016, 06:05 PM   #49
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and then once i decide on the trailer - will my Toyota be able to tow it? and if i get a 5.0 do i sell my 250 truck and get a 150 and will the truck still tow a horse trailer? many decisions I'm thinking these are definitely first world problems!! and of yes and i need an oven and the big sink so i can just store less junk in the trailer or store junk in the oven and sink!
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