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Old 02-08-2011, 01:06 AM   #1
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So I need some ideas for our 68 TW. Its original layout is a double with the couch at the front, refridgerator curbside and sink and range street side, as usual bathroom in the back. We are trying to figure if we want to go back to floor plan after the frame repair and floor replacement or some variation based on an original floor plan. I imagine the easiest would be to go back to the original plan. I would like to know if anyone has a source for locating a tub basin that wraps around the from the front of the bathroom around the toilet and over to the sink. Some pics on what you all have done would be good too. Our tub is in mostly good shape but some small cracks are present around fastener holes though.

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Old 02-08-2011, 06:18 AM   #2
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For sure going back to the original is the easiest. It is all a matter of what you want tempered with what you can pay for. There is only so much you can do in such a small space. One thing I saw once that would really be nice was a guy removed the double bed and put in a sort of work space with a desk that looked out the curbside window. It was done very professionally and looked great. We have three kids, so that wouldn't work for us, but it was cool. You could also remove the goucho and put in a nice functional L shaped dinette. There are lots of resto threads here that show that kind of set up. Keep weight and, more importantly, balance. Have fun!


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I have a 67 TW and am changing the floorplan so that we have dedicated twin beds and a dinette up front. Instead of the original floorplan that was same as yours.
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I am completely changing the floor plan. dedicated rear bed, curbside wet bath, larger fridge, streetside galley separated by a closet from the bed, and a front dinette. When all the flooring and lower skin is replaced you have a blank canvas. I know have most of the parts and supplies to complete but it is in somewhat of a KIT form right know.
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