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Is that a 54" tub? It looks kind of small.
 

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It's a standard 60".
I stripped my downstairs bathroom (fairly small) down to the studs, and floor joists 2 years ago. The very best thing I did was to eliminate the cast iron tub, and install a 60" shower base with a moveable shower seat.

 

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I stripped my downstairs bathroom (fairly small) down to the studs, and floor joists 2 years ago. The very best thing I did was to eliminate the cast iron tub, and install a 60" shower base with a moveable shower seat.

This will be a walk in whirlpool tub.
 

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I stripped my downstairs bathroom (fairly small) down to the studs, and floor joists 2 years ago. The very best thing I did was to eliminate the cast iron tub, and install a 60" shower base with a moveable shower seat.

I WANT THAT SHOWER!!!!! One question though, does it require a glass door or is the lip big enough to use a curtain with it?
 

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That a nice shower , I have one in my cabin with less lip and it works fine if you keep the Shower curtain in the tub
 

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I WANT THAT SHOWER!!!!! One question though, does it require a glass door or is the lip big enough to use a curtain with it?
The shower has about a 2-3" lip, and is beveled toward the center where the drain is located. It is SO nice to sit on the shower seat with the hot shower pelting down on me while I shave. We use a full length curtain and love it for the simplicity, and far cheaper than any glass doors we could find.

We installed this downstairs with thoughts of a future handicapped situation
 
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