So, third outing in our new '13 Starcraft 266RKS (which we still consider the perfect "couple's trailer"). Sierra foothills, California Gold country, hot with a breeze, NorCal Starcraft club campout, so all near perfect.
However, a certain reality of the toilet in the trailer has become apparent and I am wondering if anyone else has noticed this: There is a rather limited amount of room in the toilet between one's physical presence and the newly risen level of material recently deposited in the toilet bowel. The limited amount of room being the area one has to perform certain required manual activities.
In other words, there are clearance problems.
Not only with my size XL+ paw (which I had more or less excused as a result) but with my wife's far more delicate hand, as she pointed out to me in a post campout chat. "The toilet is kinda wierd", she said, and then went on to elaborate. I nodded, wondering if I needed to start measuring clearance room in candidate replacement toilets...
So, has anyone else noticed this? What have you done as a result? Is there a reasonable way to raise the seat assembly? Did you replace the toilet? Is the best solution simply to "be careful"? I don’t think this will seriously impair matrimonial bliss (we’ve been at it for nearly 32 years!), but I would like to make it a problem solved rather than a problem lived with.