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Joined
Nov 26, 2023
Messages
132
Location
Angola Indiana
RV Year
2017
RV Make
Forest River
RV Model
Gray Wolf
RV Length
17
Fulltimer
No
Any one know if this is a good idea ? We are dreading the hassle of stepping over the little tub in this trailer?
I know, why didn't you see that when you looked at the floor plan.
I am handy at remodeling, and the wife is in to it also.[That helps!]
It looks like the tub will be the worst thing, no windows in bathroom.
 
More history!

My first trailer was a 56 Terry. The head was a little less than half the width of the trailer, and square. The shower curtain was no wider than the bathroom counter, if you can call it a counter. The enclosure was sheet metal.

Can you do it? Absolutely! Do you want to? Enough history.

A YouTube vloger called " driv'in and vib'in " put out some videos on his remodel of his Avion where he did what you want to do! Check him out!
 
Thanks Kevin, there is a rv surplus right here in town, they have tons of the pans and the surround walls,i can't believe the crapie workman ship on the tub from what I saw looking under it, oh well that's trailers for you.
I plan on leaving the plumbing intact and setting the shower pan on a platform.
 

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