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Old 09-12-2014, 07:34 AM   #1
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Which Class A has TUBS??

Since the admiral has a couple of physical challenges, we would consider changing coaches if:

a. we found a shower stall with a decent seat that allows her to sit down, or
b. a tub that she can sit in.

She isn't a size 1, so the tub couldn't be a MidgetMaster brand

Which MHs built from 2001-2007 might we want to look for?

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Old 09-12-2014, 07:42 AM   #2
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I believe most if not all Newmars have an optional shower seat.

You can view all of the Newmar brochures and floorplans here.

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Old 09-12-2014, 08:03 AM   #3
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FWIW I think any of the corner type shower stalls will probably work. They also usually have a low stepover height.

If you need a picture try the 30.2:

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Tubs were an option in Safari and Beaver. I believe I have seen them in Gulfstream also.Happy hunting!!!!
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We own a 1999 National Tradewind and it has both a good sized seat and an incorporated tub, small but usable.

Check the National Line they are well built and less expensive due to they are not in business, but not through bankrupcy.

Good luck on your find.

Lyle 'N' Sherry and our2 girls Kiesha 'N' Muffin 1999 National RV Tradewind 7370 'n' a 2005 Kia Sedona on an Automatic car dolly
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Originally Posted by Route 66 View Post

You can view all of the Newmar brochures and floorplans here.
The perfect link. It provides archived floorplans, so THANKS, 66

3816s look good.
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My 2000 Caochmen Santara has a shower tub combo.

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