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Old 02-10-2017, 03:11 PM   #1
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just wondering if anyone has completely removed the tiny lil bathroom. I just cant see using it. Im 5'2 and barely fit in there.
I was just thinking if I removed that, the tiny pantry and the closet I could make one whole wall of storage.
would it hurt the value in the future???
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Ronda;


For me with a wife and two daughters, a trailer without a bathroom was a non-starter. That's why I landed up with a Fiber Stream. When you look at the trailers we have, this is the smallest one with a full bath.


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Old 02-11-2017, 11:47 AM   #3
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just wondering if anyone has completely removed the tiny lil bathroom. I just cant see using it. Im 5'2 and barely fit in there.
I was just thinking if I removed that, the tiny pantry and the closet I could make one whole wall of storage.
would it hurt the value in the future???
People buy them because they have a bathroom..any size! I fear if you modified as you are thinking the value would become slightly above zero. Use it as a closet if you don't want to use it as a bathroom but don't remove it !
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Is it a full wet bath with sink and shower, a toilet with holding tank only, or a porta-potty closet? Is it functional, or could it be made functional without too much work? A bathroom, even a small one, might be nice to have for midnight runs, Walmart overnights, and the occasional campground with dirty or crowded bathrooms.

It might be worth trying it out for one season. If you do decide to turn it into storage, leaving the walls and plumbing in place would make the decision reversible if you, or a future owner, find your needs have changed.
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Its a full bath. I will prolly leave it.
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