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Old 06-02-2012, 02:41 PM   #1
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Wet Bath Ideas/Inspiration?

I am thinking of doing a wet bath in my 73' sov. rear bath. I think it would maximize space in there and be a bit more comfy. How many out there have done or seen it and can report back with some ideas and/or pics?

Here is one that is amazing that I have seen....





I cant get the url for this one, but here is the link....

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Old 06-02-2012, 04:41 PM   #2
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I am thinking of doing a wet bath in my 73' sov. rear bath. I think it would maximize space in there and be a bit more comfy. How many out there have done or seen it and can report back with some ideas and/or pics?

Here is one that is amazing that I have seen....

I cant get the url for this one, but here is the link....

Updated Luxury Airstream Trailer Photo 12
That is beautiful. And it looks like that would do away with some of the things that contribute to rear sag on the longer rear bath sovereigns. like mine!!
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There's a sweet shower pan in this thread. Post 431

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Old 06-03-2012, 10:55 AM   #4
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good good call...

let me see if I can re-post some of those pic into this thread.











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Old 12-02-2012, 06:44 PM   #5
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Im getting a little closer to starting on my "wet bath" project. I intend to have a full water tight floor with a slight taper that directs all water to a drain.

Stainless may be ideal, all except for the fact that it costs a fortune, and is really hard to work with. Aluminum on the other hand is much cheaper and easier to deal with, but it doesnt hold up as well. I think this may be a solution to that down fall....

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Have you made anymore progress on your wet bath project? We are thinking of changing the full rear bath of our 1970 Caravanner into a wet bath so we can install "almost" twin beds running front to rear in half of the width back there.

Any photos or fabrication advice would be much appreciated.
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