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Old 08-19-2013, 06:23 PM   #1
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Hi, We are Bev. and Dwight from Durango, CO. New owners of a 2004 Alpine Coach. The Karadon covers for our sink and range top are cracked. Any help locating new covers would be greatly appreciated. We have found out that the color is called "Mystic Night- # 8915". Any ideas???
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Bev. and Dwight, try asking your question in the Alpine Forum. You will probably get more accurate responses.

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Most of the Corian like surfaces can be repaired by a competent counter top shop. Check with them first.

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Hi Dwight,
Glad you found the forum. Try that little counter shop up in Bodo Park, they did a wonderful job on our home counters, you can't even tell where the joins are.

By the way folks, there are now 3 Alpines in our local Durango Jeep club, and one who isn't in the club but lives next door.
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The manufacturer is in British Columbia. Try: http://www.karadon.com/index.html. Maybe that color is still available.
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When WRV went out of business and auctioned left over parts, one of the dealers that bought the countertops was Aubreys RV in Yakima. Carolyn is the manager 509 453 4709. carolyn@aubreysrv.com
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Hi Dwight,
Glad you found the forum. Try that little counter shop up in Bodo Park, they did a wonderful job on our home counters, you can't even tell where the joins are.

By the way folks, there are now 3 Alpines in our local Durango Jeep club, and one who isn't in the club but lives next door.
Are any or all of you coming to the week long rally in Bayfield starting September 4? Hope to get to meet you!
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Hi, We are Bev. and Dwight from Durango, CO. New owners of a 2004 Alpine Coach. The Karadon covers for our sink and range top are cracked. Any help locating new covers would be greatly appreciated. We have found out that the color is called "Mystic Night- # 8915". Any ideas???
Hi Bev & Dwight,

Welcome to the Alpine Forum and iRV2! I think you got good info here for your countertops and I can't add to it.

It's probably too late to get another spot for our upcoming rally, but I hope you can come over to the campground one day to meet all of us! You can find the location and rally itinerary at www.alpinesocal.com. We'd love to meet you both!
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Are any or all of you coming to the week long rally in Bayfield starting September 4? Hope to get to meet you!
I'll be taking those that tow Jeeps on a tour of the Silverton area on Friday the 6th, my anniversary is the 5th and we're heading out to boondock up in the hills on Sunday the 8th so I doubt I'll be around much other than the Jeep trip but I do look forward to putting faces with names.
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Hi Bev & Dwight,

Welcome to the Alpine Family. We hope you will enjoy your coach as much as we have ours. If this keeps up, we will be able to start an Alpine Chapter here in Durango.

We hope to come by the Bayfield Rally and meet some of the Alpine Owners that add so much knowledge to this forum.
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