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Old 01-30-2019, 06:38 PM   #1
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Bathroom sink replacement

Looking to replace our 2005 TS Select 45' bathroom sinks. The black color is a pain to keep looking good and the one sink is starting to rust out at the overflow outlet. The size seems to be an odd one, as nothing I have searched for seems to match up. Does anyone know who supplied the originals, or found a good replacement. Thank you.
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Looking to replace our 2005 TS Select 45' bathroom sinks. The black color is a pain to keep looking good and the one sink is starting to rust out at the overflow outlet. The size seems to be an odd one, as nothing I have searched for seems to match up. Does anyone know who supplied the originals, or found a good replacement. Thank you.
Well sir, I can't answer your question specifically, but I went through this with our galley sink. We hated that useless OEM sink. So on the search I went. Found nothing that fit. I ended up finding the sink that we wanted, it was larger, and I had to cut the counter top to make it fit and then modify—a little—the plumbing under the counter top. We love our replacement sink.
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Old 02-01-2019, 03:34 AM   #3
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I also have the same issue in my 2006 TS Select. Talked with Paul Conley, no replacement found yet. Granite countertops make it challenging. I will try some Kitchen shops, they can come out and recut granite to new size...
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Possible options

I think that I have found an option that will work. First, the sinks that are bonded to the granite are steel drop-in sinks, which have there own unique shape. It also has the faucet holes in it. Found this as possible options, and have made a cardboard template for size comparison. Checking this out this afternoon.
[url=http://www.sinkology.com/bath-sink/rutherford-drop-copper-sink/
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[QUOTE=kartinguy;4618269]I think that I have found an option that will work. First, the sinks that are bonded to the granite are steel drop-in sinks, which have there own unique shape. It also has the faucet holes in it. Found this as possible options, and have made a cardboard template for size comparison. Checking this out this afternoon.

[url=http://www.sinkology.com/bath-sink/rutherford-drop-copper-sink/[/QUOTE]



Any luck on the copper sink fit?
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Bathroom sink replacement

Coppersinks.com is working on some ideas for us. More information coming soon...
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Any luck on the copper sink fit?
Checked out a sample at Lowes, nothing in stock, ordered at Home Depo, $28 less on line there. Awating there arrival. My cardboard template looked like a good fit. Will let you know when we receive the actual sink. The color is also a consideration for us.

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Coppersinks.com is working on some ideas for us. More information coming soon...


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Checked out a sample at Lowes, nothing in stock, ordered at Home Depo, $28 less on line there. Awating there arrival. My cardboard template looked like a good fit. Will let you know when we receive the actual sink. The color is also a consideration for us.

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Received the sinks from HD. Color is good for us and the sizing looks like a go with minimal work. Now waiting on a new faucet and new pop-up drains. Will update when the work starts, but appears under sink mounting will be with a little drain trap relocation, but within 1 to 2 inches. Sink is larger in a couple of places (pict/w cardboard cutout) but is minimal and being under mount will not be a problem. Sink is a Seville 20" by Sinkology Item #1002-144-353 at a $99 dollar price.
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Here is what I am doing, ordered two crafted bottom mounts from, april@sinksonline.com. Very similar to your color in solid copper. Here is the template I am sending her:
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Here is what I am doing, ordered two crafted bottom mounts from, april@sinksonline.com. Very similar to your color in solid copper. Here is the template I am sending her:


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here is what i am doing, ordered two crafted bottom mounts from, april@sinksonline.com. Very similar to your color in solid copper. Here is the template i am sending her:


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Project complete! All went well. Sinks mounted up with minimal work. If you notice on the picture of the main bathroom, to eliminate removing the counter top, I had to use a hammer on the old sink on the edge, to facilitate its removal thru the hole in the counter top, as the opening in cabinet door was to small. Then I removed a little over an inch from behind faucet holes on new sink. Quite satisfied with the overall quality of the sinks. Decided to install Hepvo sanitary waste valves to add to the storage area.
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Project complete! All went well. Sinks mounted up with minimal work. If you notice on the picture of the main bathroom, to eliminate removing the counter top, I had to use a hammer on the old sink on the edge, to facilitate its removal thru the hole in the counter top, as the opening in cabinet door was to small. Then I removed a little over an inch from behind faucet holes on new sink. Quite satisfied with the overall quality of the sinks. Decided to install Hepvo sanitary waste valves to add to the storage area.


Very nice! Great job on the install
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