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Old 07-06-2023, 07:25 AM   #1
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Glass shower doors

Anyone know where I can get new shower doors for a 2016 355mbqs?
The metal parts at the top have come apart and now the doors don't open correctly. My current door has 3 panels.
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This may not be what you are looking for as an answer but we had issues with our triple glass shower door from day one. I replaced it with a Nautilus retractable door that is light weight and works very well.
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Old 07-12-2023, 03:06 AM   #3
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Have a link to where I may find one?
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Old 07-12-2023, 05:16 AM   #4
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Have a link to where I may find one?

I believe you go to their website, Nautilus
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Old 07-12-2023, 06:01 AM   #5
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Yes, just Google Nautilus shower doors. The company is Stoett Industries located in Hicksville, OH.
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x2 on the Nautilus shower door!
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Old 10-27-2023, 07:54 AM   #7
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Hi! I'm installing the nautilius shower door on my precept 36t did anyone else change their shower doors? ..... having problem with the bottom rail and if you did how did you get it loose it glueed down.
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We have, I think, come up with a different solution for the shower doors, and best part is I don't have to do anything. One of my best friends and bride have a large glass company that does residential and commercial, with commercial being their bread and butter. They do hospitals and similar large buildings over the state. Yesterday in church my wife mentioned how we don't like our shower doors to his wife. She calmly looked at my bride and said we can fix that. We had no idea they could, or would, do stuff like this. She says 2 years ago they did the bathroom in Jimmy Buffet's yacht. So, hopefully this week she will send one of her guys to measure and then she says we will have different options on what to install.
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X3 on the Nautilus door!
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X4 on Nautilus!
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I like the nautilus setup as well, but my bride didn't. here are our new glass doors and frame installed today. Just two panels and one bottom track where the water falls back into the shower. The OEM doors had three panels, hard to clean, and three bottom tracks for the doors, even harder to clean as the water pooled in the tracks. I won't even mention the racket they made opening and closing. My wife designated me to clean them, and my little fingers are never happy when I am done. These doors also have a fancy coating, 15 year warranty, and supposedly just rinse and dry with a towel. We will see. Now to figure out how to lock them open/closed for traveling


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X5, I think on Nautilus, but everyone has different tastes. The Nautilus is quiet, light weight, does not rattle and really is simple to clean. Anything glass is subject to hard water deposits.
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Those look nice. I hope you can find a way to keep them secure.
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X5, I think on Nautilus, but everyone has different tastes. The Nautilus is quiet, light weight, does not rattle and really is simple to clean. Anything glass is subject to hard water deposits.

True, but notice the picture with the Repel bottle. This is the same company that came out with rainX. It has a 15 year warranty on the application. We shall see lol
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Those look nice. I hope you can find a way to keep them secure.

Thanks, I am sure we will. Sunday we should see my buddy with the glass company in church, and sure we will talk about it after service. If not, my wife has an engineering mind and will come up with something. I will not miss the doors screeching every time you open/close, and the darn cleaning, specially those three floor channels. The two guys that came out to install thought Jayco would have done better.
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