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Old 08-22-2010, 10:35 AM   #11
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I used a recessed one from Lowes, you cut a larger hole, then a plate is used on the inside, and the holder on the outside. These "sandwich" the wall board. I used a rounded end razor knife to cut the opening, as to not cut any wiring that may be behind the wall.
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Old 08-22-2010, 10:39 AM   #12
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I used a recessed one from Lowes, you cut a larger hole, then a plate is used on the inside, and the holder on the outside. These "sandwich" the wall board. I used a rounded end razor knife to cut the opening, as to not cut any wiring that may be behind the wall.

Hummmm. You say it is a 2 piece in the wall one. Sandwiching. I think that may work but willhave to pass my wife inspection.
I will look around at Lowes online and see what I can find.
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Old 08-22-2010, 10:42 AM   #13
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Using the floor stand from Walmart. Never tips during travel. Just set it and forget it. We got the brushed metal one, but I'm already seeing rust spots on the little tin piece on the top....so maybe get the white painted one.
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I used a recessed one from Lowes, you cut a larger hole, then a plate is used on the inside, and the holder on the outside. These "sandwich" the wall board. I used a rounded end razor knife to cut the opening, as to not cut any wiring that may be behind the wall.

Are you talking about like thise parts?
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Using the floor stand from Walmart. Never tips during travel. Just set it and forget it. We got the brushed metal one, but I'm already seeing rust spots on the little tin piece on the top....so maybe get the white painted one.
Thanks Sagebrush. I think this is still Momma's choice.
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Old 08-22-2010, 12:17 PM   #16
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Times two on the brushed metal free standing one.

Works good.
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Are you talking about like thise parts?
close, the front was the same, the part that is "behind" the wall is much wider, just enuff to fit thru the hole the holder needs. Our Wild cat didn't have a holer, and a regular one would have stuk out to far....the "closit you go in aint very roomy
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Times two on the brushed metal free standing one.

Works good.
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Sorry I don't have a picture, but I bought a toilet paper rack I got at Walmart that holds four rolls. It has a top hook that will hang over most doors, but I took the hook off and mounted it to the inside of a nearby cabinet door using clips made for mounting wire closet hardware.

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Here is mod we did to hold a towel instead of drilling holes.
This is a 3M produce that used strecy stuff that can be removed. Not sure what they call it but found the large ones at WalMart in the bathroom section... Not Hardware
Iggy--we have a bunch of the 3M removeable adhesive products holding up various items in our coach, too. As for the TP, we just set a roll on the lav sink counter which is easily within reach from a seated position.

We store spare rolls on the cleaning bush handle which sits behind our toilet.
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