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Old 07-25-2014, 05:13 PM   #1
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Counter, Sink and 2 burner dimensions - 17B

Would really appreciate it if any 17 owner could get me the following dimensions:

Kitchen counter length and depth
Sink dimensions - edge to edge, front to back
2 burner stovetop dimensions (I know the cutout dimensions, need the actual cooktop dimensions when mounted)

Any help MUCH appreciated!
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The sink and stove are the same in all the models. Here is a link to the 2 burner stove: Atwood DV20-W 56492 White 2 Burner Drop In Cooktop Trailer Camper RV

There are 2 sinks - the optional metal one and the standard plastic one.
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The overall counter is 22 3/4" deep, 40 5/8" long. The counter extension is 18 1/8" deep and 11 1/8" wide. It lines up with the front of the counter.

The sink is 15" deep ( includes the lip ) and 12 7/8" wide. It has 5 1/2" between it and the wall ( where the faucet an taps are ) and is 2 3/8" from the front of the counter edge. It is 3 1/2" from the side edge of the counter.
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The overall counter is 22 3/4" deep, 40 5/8" long. The counter extension is 18 1/8" deep and 11 1/8" wide. It lines up with the front of the counter.

The sink is 15" deep ( includes the lip ) and 12 7/8" wide. It has 5 1/2" between it and the wall ( where the faucet an taps are ) and is 2 3/8" from the front of the counter edge. It is 3 1/2" from the side edge of the counter.
Perfect! Thanks gbaglo.
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My sink is white plastic.
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My sink is white plastic.
close enough. I would imagine the dimensions are within an inch or so of each other.
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So then,

This drawing based on gbaglo's dimensions represents the 17 counter with the sink and stovetop (2 burner) swapped. It also shows the stove turned vertically, which will result in about 8" of counter space between the stove and sink. Also shows the opening kitchen window relocated to where the range hood used to be. The drawing is pretty much to scale, at least the footprint of the items. Me like.
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With a cover in place on the stove that could work.
Without the cover, it would be a real pain in the butt having no place to stack dirty and clean dishes. The counter extension would be to the left of the stove top.
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With a cover in place on the stove that could work.
Without the cover, it would be a real pain in the butt having no place to stack dirty and clean dishes. The counter extension would be to the left of the stove top.
Yeah, thought of that too. I think a small dish drainer would fit nicely between the two. Also, having the stove next to the flip up counter will give my better half (and sometimes me when I'm feeling gourmet) a bigger place to prep food as it goes into the pan....
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