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Old 03-28-2007, 10:04 PM   #11
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I have a large fullsize one piece tub/shower surround from home depot. No cracks yet in 3 years of use but I made sure to brace it very well at side walls, I also shimmed the floor of the tub with small strips of wood to ensure even distribution of weight.
I actually made a mistake in measuring the unit when I purchased it for my bus and ended up having to cut a hole in the roof to drop it in!!
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Old 03-29-2007, 12:18 AM   #12
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...cut a hole in the roof to drop it in!!
One of my Kinetic Racing team members wants to be able to shower under the
stars when we go to races in Millicent. I'll tell her of your solution!
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ended up having to cut a hole in the roof to drop it in!!
Why? You have those double doors in the back of the bus. How did you do that door setup? We want to know. At least I do. Give it up.
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ended up having to cut a hole in the roof to drop it in!!
Why? You have those double doors in the back of the bus. How did you do that door setup? We want to know. At least I do. Give it up.
I'm guessing the shower install occurred prior to, and was a catalyst for the addition of the extra door!
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