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Old 02-08-2009, 05:44 PM   #1
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Towel, Soap Dish and TP Holders

In our new to us 2005 T 1950 we found the towel, soap dish and tpaper holders in the medicine cabinet. They have never been attached to the walls. My question is this, if we decide to put them on the wall, do they have to be on a stud or what would be a good way to mount them without messing up the wall. This is our first TT and we just love the 1950.
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Old 02-08-2009, 11:31 PM   #2
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We never mounted any of ours as we felt they would take up too much space on the walls

If you do decide to mount them, try to either use a molly or hit a stud, as the walls are pretty thin luan
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Old 02-09-2009, 06:56 PM   #3
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I have to admit we have not used them either.....we have a floor model TP holder...use soap in a bottle despenser and use shower rods in the shower to hang wet towels.....only thing I'm looking for is a nice toothbrush holder!
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I didn't know they came loose--the dealer must have installed ours.

The towel bar and tp holder are on the door where the screws can get some bite on the wood. We just leave a hand towel on the door and use the shower rod for heavier bath towels. Stuff dries better on the shower rod too.

I'd ditch the soap dish. We use a liquid dispenser too. You likely can't leave a bar laying in the dish while traveling and then what to do with putting away and getting out a slimy soap bar all the time.

Even though our soap dish was already mounted to the wall, we found a direct replacement/identical style toothbrush holder at Walmart that used the same screw holes. If you look at Home Depot or Lowes, most of their stuff seems to be the latest, stylized and expensive. Walmart still had the old 60's style.

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Our new 1950 had them in the cabinet also. The dealer said they had too many complaints about where they were factory installed so they were shipping them loose to be installed either by the dealer at the new owner's direction or by the new owners. make sure you get molly fasteners made for 1/8" walls and not 5/8" sheetrock. They work well and will stay tight.

One note: The cover plate for the TV cable input/12v plug combination under the cabinet over the bed will come loose because it's difficult to pull the 12v plug out and you'll pull it loose eventually. You might just as well replace the two screws with molly's there too while you're at it.
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I still have everything in the original bag in their original packages, along with the original LP tree, bumper caps, and tire cover.

I don't think it's totally junk, I just wanted to keep everything in original condition...

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