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Old 06-12-2017, 08:10 PM   #1
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Shower too small

I searched but couldn't find any post about this. I can't be the only one! Lol. My wife and I are not big people but the shower in our 2016 outlaw 37RB is so small. Anyone have any ideas on how to stretch it some? Lol.
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If you have a shower door, replace it with a bowed curtain rod and a shower curtain. Other option, use the outdoor shower, that one is big as all outdoors.
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If you have a shower door, replace it with a bowed curtain rod and a shower curtain. Other option, use the outdoor shower, that one is big as all outdoors.
But lacking privacy.
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But lacking privacy.
Depends on where you park.
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Old 06-13-2017, 05:31 AM   #5
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If you have a shower door, replace it with a bowed curtain rod and a shower curtain. Other option, use the outdoor shower, that one is big as all outdoors.
I replaced the shower door with a folding rod and shower curtain. Folds out of the way when not in use, and makes the shower experience much better. If you use the snap liner curtains it adds a lot more light to shower area too. Added the oxygenics shower head. It's not a bad setup at all.

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My 2017 Challenger 37KT isn't any better.
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Yep, at 36"x24" our 3611's shower is kinda small...and the RB has one of the smallest in an Outlaw at 32"x24".

The folding curtain rod above would be our first suggestion for more room...especially since the RB has the split bath giving plenty of room to stretch out into the passage way.

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