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Old 09-11-2010, 05:29 PM   #15
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Old 09-12-2010, 01:01 PM   #16
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When an OEM orders RV doors it's an entire assembly including the screen door. Not sure, but I doubt there are any RV doors available without a screen door.
Still seems like a silly place for one.
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I could see opening the door after use sometimes. My sh++ doesn't stink but sometimes I let others use the facilities.
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Old 09-16-2010, 07:34 PM   #18
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Wish I'd seen this thread two days ago...just fixed a bathroom snafu, so no pic.

At 6' 3" and 230 lbs., one of the reasons we chose our HR was the back bathroom. For a RV, it's huge and with a little lube, I almost fit...well except the toilet bowl. It sits in the far left corner only about 6 inches from the outside wall and some rocket scientist installed the TP roller just above the toilet seat. Anyone with ANY girth that sits to contemplate World problems, pins the roll against the wall and when needed, has to get up to do their "paper work"!

The DW didn't want any holes in her bathroom walls, so for the last 7 months I've relented and used the front half bath (there is a REASON they call it a HALF bath...half the size!) for my uh...contemplations.

Well, nuffs enough. She went shopping with the G-kids the other day and the TP roller is now in a more suitable position and this happy camper can now complete the necessary paperwork in relative comfort! WHAT were they thinking!!!

BTW...Tomorrow marks our 4th month on the road...a little road weary but still hav'n FUN! Safe travels everyone. Bob
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