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LaSalle Bristol RV Sinks - Kitchen Sink - 34413TGS331974 Review

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Speaker 1: Today we're taking a look at a double-bowl sink. This unit replaces, or upgrades, your RV sink. It's constructed of 20-gauge stainless steel, so it's very strong and durable. It's also corrosion and rust resistant. It comes with your installation hardware. And it also, on the underside of the unit, it has this tracking system for the hardware to slide into.

That way, it allows for a nice adjustable installation design, and the dampener pads are located on the bottom of the bowls, and they're already installed.A few measurements I want to go over with you real quick. Starting with the overall measurements. I took a measurement from outer edge to outer edge, going this direction, got a measurement of 33 inches, front to back is 19 inches, and from the bottom of the bowl to the bottom of this lip, right here, is seven inches. Now, for a new installation, where you need to do your own cutout in the countertop, you'll need to flip the sink over and make sure it's sitting where you want it installed. Then you'll just need to trace it, so take a pen, or a marker, or pencil and trace a line around the perimeter.

Then you'll need to measure in from that line to get your new cut line. From the outer edge, so from the lip, to the front edge of this track is three-eighths of an inch. That's a good place to start to see if this will work with your application, or to get that first cut line.You maybe able to even go closer than that. You just want to make sure that once the hardware's installed that you don't go past that mounting stud. You've got about three-eighths of inch to half of an inch to work with there, when making your new line from the outer perimeter trace line of the sink.

Now, each bowl opening, you'll notice that it's a two-bowl design. Each one is a square design measuring 13 and seven-eighths by 13 and seven-eights. The drain holes, each have a diameter of three and nine-sixteenths of an inch. Then you have your four holes, right here, for mounting your faucet, each hole has a diameter of an inch and a half, and they're separated, on center, apart from one another, by four inches. Each hole, four inches on center.That's going to do it for today's look at the double-bowl stainless steel sink..

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