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Old 05-07-2016, 09:36 AM   #31
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Yup a free stander here too. I didn't want anything on the walls where the kids can rip it off and leave a hole. For towels we have an over the door top towel/coat hanger.
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Old 05-07-2016, 01:21 PM   #32
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Mounted.ours inside the sink cabinet door.
Same here. The wall behind was curved and the only flat surfaces in reach were cabinet doors. Didn't want it on the outside so Gorrilla-glued a piece of 1x3 to the inside of the door and screwed into that.
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Thanks for all the great ideas. When I decided, I'll post a picture and let you guys know.
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We use something like this.
That is neat,,, but I am not sure there is room enough in our Sunseeker 2500TS for a holder like that ???
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That is neat,,, but I am not sure there is room enough in our Sunseeker 2500TS for a holder like that ???
We have the same 2500TS. We put ours on the wall opposite the shower. It is above the shoulder while seated and just forward of the notch in the wall. Easy to reach and it doesn't interfere. It doesn't unravel when traveling.
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Although you may not realize its importance, it is a good idea to have a slight drag on the roller. My previous TT had the holder on the back wall and I lost count of the number of times coming home after a bouncy ride that I had a full roll unwound on the floor (and there was no loose end to start).
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We have the same 2500TS. We put ours on the wall opposite the shower. It is above the shoulder while seated and just forward of the notch in the wall. Easy to reach and it doesn't interfere. It doesn't unravel when traveling.
That is about what we did,,, maybe not that high ???
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Although you may not realize its importance, it is a good idea to have a slight drag on the roller. My previous TT had the holder on the back wall and I lost count of the number of times coming home after a bouncy ride that I had a full roll unwound on the floor (and there was no loose end to start).
You are right on when it comes to a little drag,,, or you have to find a way to clamp the roll !!!
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That's the problem. There is really no place to put it.
Same issue with ours. Anywhere we would have mounted it was to get wet TP or a bruise from banging into it, and there was no room inside the vanity to mount in there.

So we went with a floor model. Holds two TP rolls in the bottom and one in use. We can move it to wherever the user needs it, and it fits behind the toilet when we're moving.

It also looks very nice; so nice, that we're seriously considering one to replace a TP holder in the S&B.
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You are right on when it comes to a little drag,,, or you have to find a way to clamp the roll !!!
Squeeze the roll so it is more oval than round. An oval roll will not unwind.
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