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Old 05-11-2022, 06:24 PM   #1
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Anyone actually have one of these or let alone use it? I was looking to get one - just to have it
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Anyone actually have one of these or let alone use it? I was looking to get one - just to have it
No, I don't recall anyone ever using one. Just locate the nearest Roadtrek and the owner may still have it. Ok, I do and live in the metro New Orleans area. Mine is available.

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I've got one. It lives in the bottom of my clothes cupboard, haven't actually used it. But, I'm keeping it - just in case....
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What exactly are we talking about?
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We have one, it's in the box of stuff I put aside to include when (if ever) we sell or van.
I also have the cushions which become a bed from banquette seating, we bought a nice foam mattress and don't fold up the bed, so I save those also for the next owner.
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The hygienic sink? First thing we threw away! Who has room to waste carrying that stupid thing? The ridiculous table that was too big to stow anywhere inside was second. I made a much nicer and handier tabletop.
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So is it a screen, a plastic liner, a rack or what? Anyone have a picture so we know what to look for?
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So is it a screen, a plastic liner, a rack or what? Anyone have a picture so we know what to look for?
It's a sink-shaped plastic liner. The drain lines up with the sink drain.
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Here is a link to the brochure for that era. Look at page 23 for the liner pic.


https://roadtrek.com/wp-content/uplo...model_year.pdf
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It's a sink-shaped plastic liner. The drain lines up with the sink drain.
Ok. I don't have one and don't think I need one. I searched "roadtrek sink liner" online for pictures and got quite a variety. From soft mats that sit on the bottom to bags with handles and what look like ordinary dish racks for draining the dishes. So now I am smarter but I probably will not get a pay increase.
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Here is a link to the brochure for that era. Look at page 23 for the liner pic.


https://roadtrek.com/wp-content/uplo...model_year.pdf
OH OK. Still don't want one. seems like an elaborate solution for a non-problem. One would need to clean the liner anyway so why not just clean the sink?
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