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Old 01-13-2013, 10:56 PM   #11
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Maybe a dumb question but how do you keep the walls and vanity side from getting wet?
Use the outside shower or the one in the bathroom house.
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Old 01-18-2013, 08:28 PM   #12
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Let me know how that mod goes JPetrey. I pick up my 2013 19h next week and I'm really concerned about the shower,especially with kids.
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Old 01-21-2013, 08:42 AM   #13
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Maybe a dumb question but how do you keep the walls and vanity side from getting wet?
The shower curtain covers the vanity side with a cut out to accommodate the faucet. One would assume the the vanity is water resistant for any splashing the does occur.
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Old 01-21-2013, 08:52 AM   #14
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Let me know how that mod goes JPetrey. I pick up my 2013 19h next week and I'm really concerned about the shower,especially with kids.
I haven't had a chance to work on it yet. I am thinking that I could use a U-Channel like for frameless shower encloseures with plexiglass. I am thinking that adding 4-6 inches in height on the commode side. should to the trick. here is an example of the channel. http://www.dullesglassandmirror.com/...u-channels.htm

This week I will go to the storage lot and change the faucet to this http://www.amazon.com/Phoenix-USA-R4...r_2504398011_2
and install the Oxygenics shower head. The top side faucet connector and hose should cut out that portion of water trying to leave the shower area.

I will also take measurements for the channel mod as well
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Thanks for the link to the faucet, just placed an order for one.

Also please post the info for the U channel.
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Any new developments Jpetrey? Really curious about your mods.
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Any new developments Jpetrey? Really curious about your mods.
This Friday I am getting the X23B out of storage and will attempt the shower mods. Here is what I have planned. I purchased a 2' by 4' sheet of plexiglass 1/4 inch thick. The tub is approximately 16 inches long along the top, on the commode side. I will cut down the plexiglass in a sort of L shape 16 inches long by 10 inches tall and leave 6 inches out from the wall side leaving the 6 inch cut at the 2 foot height. I hope that makes sense. I got the materials at Lowes here is a link to the U channel:
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I hope to only have to use silicone to attach it to the tub and wall that way it isn't as permanent. I will post pictures of the materials I use and how it looks when installed.

I added a very crude drawing of what I am describing...you are welcome to laugh...
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Cant Wait to see your Mod!! Good Luck!!
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Well I was called into work today so I was not able to work on it today...hopefully next week.
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We have the deeper tub, but we do not use it. We use the one in the shower house and store three totes (rubber bins) with clothes in the space instead. I'm skeptical of the walls in the shower area, they just don't look like they'd hold up to getting wet. Anyone have experience/issues with the walls getting wet?
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