LCI Flow Max Stainless Faucet Install + New Sink
In this video, our Keystone Cougar kitchen gets a large upgrade. I remove the 9-year-old dual plastic faucets and replace them with beautiful looking single stainless steel unit.
The Flow Max RV faucet I chose is made from 304-grade stainless steel and comes with a pull-down handle and 2 spray patterns.
Disclaimer: Love Your RV! received this LCI product sample free of charge for the install and review.
For installation, I drilled a 1 1/2 inch hole in my countertop and inserted the faucet fixing it in place via a collar nut from below. Then I screwed the hot and cold line into the existing OEM plastic PEX connections. To finish the install, I attach an included clamp-on weight to the pull-down faucet cable. The weight allows the faucet head to smoothly retract back in place after pulling it down.
When I decided to upgrade the faucet I also decided to upgrade the sink. LCI has an assortment of stainless steel sinks to compliment the Flow Max faucets but didn't have the dimensions and style I was looking for. So I sourced a kitchen sink from a Canadian company called Stylish KB and purchased it myself off
(see links below).
The new kitchen sink upgrade didn't go quite as planned and I hit a few snags. The sink is a little too small for the existing counter hole and one of the drains interferes with a kitchen drawer. Stay tuned for a future video where I'll solve those issues and let you know how we like the new Flow Max faucet.
LCI Flow Max Faucets -
LCI Stainless Sinks -
Stylish KB Sink:
StylishKB Website -
Amazon CA -
Wayfair CA -
Wayfair USA -
I assume you guys are stationary now, you could make a paper template and have a solid surface countertop cut to fit the sink and make any fine refinements on the sinks location as well.
A little more money but would sure look nice.
That's a decent idea but not sure if I want to open that can of worms, the counter is still in pretty good shape.
I installed some cheap plastic trim and got the sink all mounted and both drains working. The plan is to replace the plastic with metal and add a fancy cutting board as a sink cover. The trim sits up about 3/8ths inch then I'll add rubber feet the same size to the cutting board so the board will stay in place and when I shift it to the side it will remain nice and flat. Should work well and give us more counter space.
I'll shorten the drawer and add a cubby hole.
Here is the cutting board I'm looking at
It's the exact dimensions of the sink. Hand Made in Canada!
Just a quick update video to let you know how I’ve ironed out the unforeseen problems I faced during the sink installation.
Good video, nice install, and a "About Time Upgrade"!
I also have an LCI kitchen spigot in my truck. FYI, the little handle is threaded and has a bad habit of backing out. I put a little teflon tape on the threads to hold it in place. If you lose that little handle down the sink drain....you will have quite a job on your hands trying to find it.
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