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Stand alone tubs is also called soakers or modeled after older pods, claw foot tubs. They are easier to install than wall between pods, and as the name suggests, intended for soaking away life’s little stresses.

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Place something, like a heavy wooden box or a strong tool box that will support the weight of the stand alone tubs. Cover the box with something that will not scratch the surface of the bath. If you have the packaging that came with the bath, this will work. Place the bath on the box; therefore it is high enough to operate.

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Note the position of each foot. They are not interchangeable because the bath was leveled at the factory. Install two feet at the end of the bath that has drain. It requires two people to connect each foot, one to hold the bolt and centering appropriately foot over the attaching bolt while not scratching the bath or force threads.

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Install two feet on the bath at the end opposite the drain. Remove the supporting structure, allowing the bath to settle on the feet. If the bath wobbles, adjust by space tiles in unsteady legs or. Stand alone tubs was the level of the factory, is wobbling probably due to variations in the bathroom floor.

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