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Project by brevort posted 957 days ago 1262 views 1 time favorited 4 comments Add to Favorites Watch

*This is a kitchen island built for my 5th wheel. Since we spend all winter here, we decided the kitchen needed a little more counter space.

-- Rick





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Ken90712

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#1 posted 957 days ago

Nice addition to the 5th wheel. You cut on his as well? I might have to make one for mine as well. I think I would do the top like your but make it end-grain to hold up a little more from my abuse. What are your thoguts on that?

-- Ken, "Everyday above ground is a good day!"

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brevort

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#2 posted 957 days ago

End-grain would be a good idea especially if you are planning to cut on it. My plan is to use it for light cutting and for rolling out dough for cookies. The top can be sanded if needed. The finish is just oil.

-- Rick

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SeaFarin

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#3 posted 940 days ago

Excellent idea! Where do you store it when your slide-out is pulled in and traveling?
I think my wife would love one of these!

-- I'm Chuck and I wood not chuck wood cause I keep finding uses for it!

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brevort

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#4 posted 939 days ago

I have a 2010 Montana which has 4 slides. When traveling the Island fits between the two slides in the kitchen.
When the slides are in…. you can’t walk between them…. but it is not a problem for us.

-- Rick

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