Replacing 28″ Shower

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      MasterPlumbers
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      I’m replacing a old (about 35-40 yr. old) steel three-sided shower. The problem is, it is 28″ 28″. They don’t seem to make ’em that size anymore. I can’t go bigger without major structural modifications. Any ideas on where to find a 28 28 shower?
      The old pan (steel) is still usable, I think. It was connected to the 2-inch drain with a lead and oakum seal.

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      SylvanLMP
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      In reply to message posted by rickhinr1@earthlink.net:
      I’m replacing a old (about 35-40 yr. old) steel three-sided shower. The problem is, it is 28″ 28″. They don’t seem to make ’em that size anymore. I can’t go bigger without major structural modifications. Any ideas on where to find a 28 28 shower?
      The old pan (steel) is still usable, I think. It was connected to the 2-inch drain with a lead and oakum seal.


      Not knowing the area of the planet your on I can only tell you in this part of the world a shower cannot be less then 900 Squaire inches (30 30)

      Best bet is to have a skilled plumber make you a lead shower pan using 4 pound per Sq ft sheet lead with 6″ lips

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