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Old 05-26-2010, 08:52 AM   #1
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New sink needed

I am currently changing the stream one piece at a time. I have come to the bathroom sink in all it's yellow glory. Does anyone know if the stainless sinks from the newer models will fit in my 86 sov. mid bath? If not do we have another source for this item?

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I am currently changing the stream one piece at a time. I have come to the bathroom sink in all it's yellow glory. Does anyone know if the stainless sinks from the newer models will fit in my 86 sov. mid bath? If not do we have another source for this item?

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My 73 entire bath was DIY painted with a product intended for tubs/showers made of flexible ( plastic ) materials. Worked great and still looks great. i bought at a paint store either in Mulberry or Bartow. It's a commercial type 2 part product.....Good Luck JC
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Any chance you have a pic? I think the shower is the next project.

Thanks!
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I don't know what your sink looks like, but my Argosy has a sink/countertop that's molded from some sort of ABS-like material (same as the shower pan). It was in disgusting shape, so I yanked it all out (carefully) and took it to a boat place that does gel-coating. The made repairs and gel-coated everything and now it's better than new.


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My current sink is just an ABS plastic oval sink cut in to the formica counter top.

BTW your shower and counter look awesome. That is exactly what i want to do to my shower. Care to share the price on that?
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My current sink is just an ABS plastic oval sink cut in to the formica counter top.

BTW your shower and counter look awesome. That is exactly what i want to do to my shower. Care to share the price on that?
Thanks! It was a little spendy because the shower pan had some major damage that had to be fixed, then they reinforced the whole she-bang. Total bill for re-doing the shower pan, control console, and sink was about $400. Ouch! I know, but it was worth every penny...
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BTW - we bought our new stainless steel kitchen sink for the Argosy from these guys.
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