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Old 07-20-2013, 09:29 PM   #1
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Toilet paper/towel holder in 832 IKBS

Our trailer didn't come with these installed, and I'm wondering where others have put them. Not much room in the bathroom so looking for some creative solutions!
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Old 07-20-2013, 09:46 PM   #2
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Mounted ours to a pc of lexan, countersunk the nuts and used 3M double sided tape and stuck it on the side of the shower. Has held very good for over a year.
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Old 07-20-2013, 10:14 PM   #3
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Our trailer didn't come with these installed, and I'm wondering where others have put them. Not much room in the bathroom so looking for some creative solutions!

Didn't install either. For both applications we opted for stand alone dispensers. We stow them while in travel, but on the occasions when I've forgotten they didn't move around.
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Thanks for the replies. Two good options. Just got the trailer a few days ago, and are loading it up for the first trip. Can't wait!
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Old 07-21-2013, 01:54 PM   #5
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Our TP holder came uninstalled, too, with our SP220 Surveyor. We plan to attach it on the inside of the vanity door. We bought our own paper towel holder and put it under the upper kitchen cabinet.

Now to figure out where/how to put up towel bars. Is there a way things can be mounted on the outer walls?
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Our TP holder came uninstalled, too, with our SP220 Surveyor. We plan to attach it on the inside of the vanity door. We bought our own paper towel holder and put it under the upper kitchen cabinet.

Now to figure out where/how to put up towel bars. Is there a way things can be mounted on the outer walls?
Just try to find a stud(metal or otherwise) and DO NOT use long screws. 3/4" long ones should be adequate. You might want to use the plastic inserts made for thin ply or sheet rock.
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Thanks for the replies. Two good options. Just got the trailer a few days ago, and are loading it up for the first trip. Can't wait!

LeslieGary,
We were told by the guy who did our walk thru that they no longer install the tp holder because owners complain that their kids break them off the wall. I'm assuming that's due to the thin wall material.

I'm very pleased with my stand alone tp holder. Our toilet is in a corner with a cabinet/shelf behind it, so I simply store the tp holder behind it. But, I've forgotten once and left it standing on top of the bathroom cabinet. It was still standing there all stately when we arrived at the park.
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Our dealer "unsealed" the door below the sink and installed the tp holder inside the door. Works out great.
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No tp holder for us and we use those hooks that go over the door top for our towels, that way theres nothing to pull out or get ripped off.
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We use the hooks on our SP220 for the towels as well. We are planning on mounting the TP holder in the cabinet under the sink, I just have to cut and stain some blocks to add enough depth for the screws (I have been busy camping )
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