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Old 08-11-2007, 09:30 AM   #1
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Shower curtain for '58

There MUST have been a shower curtain, but there is no track, hooks, evidence. The bath is obviously NOT a wetbath, so a curtain would be required. Any ideas how it originally was rigged? The interior side is the full height partition. The opposite side is the exterior wall, so this side is an arc at the top (making a track seem impossible).
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Old 08-11-2007, 09:47 AM   #2
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There MUST have been a shower curtain, but there is no track, hooks, evidence. The bath is obviously NOT a wetbath, so a curtain would be required. Any ideas how it originally was rigged? The interior side is the full height partition. The opposite side is the exterior wall, so this side is an arc at the top (making a track seem impossible).
There was indeed a track for it, starting at the base, and going up to the wall divider. Our Overlander had one, but no hooks for it. I solved the problem in ours by installing a showwer rod and curtain, and attaching the curtain at the rear so the water wouldn't flood the floor. At last report the new owners of our trailer have continued with it, and no problems.
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Lowes or Home Depot has a curved shower rod that can be cut to fit the length you need that might work for you. The end caps on the rod pivot so you can attach them at odd angles.
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