Kitchen Counter Slope (?)
I removed the original kitchen counter from my 83 Excella.
While doing some measuring for the new top, I noticed that the long piece of aluminum angle that is attached to the outside wall and supports the back of the counter is 1.5" higher than the cabinetry the countertop sits on. Everything looks original and I see no signs of prior modifications. This means that the counter slopes down inward. Is it supposed to be like this? Maybe so water on the counter top could flow towards the sink and floor instead of the wall?
I assume there must be a reason for this - no way the factory could have been that far off.
It's easy enough to fix, but I'm wondering if it's supposed to be that way.
Thanks, and sorry website elected to rotate photo 90 degrees.
83 Excella 27
07 Tundra Limited