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I haven't installed an acrylic base in a long time----I looked at the weight of that unit---it appears to be a good heavy one----If you do use an acrylic base be sure to set it into a bed of mortar it give it support.

That model is very short--is low access needed? The short curb may lead to water escaping onto the floor outside of the shower-----
 

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I haven't installed an acrylic base in a long time----I looked at the weight of that unit---it appears to be a good heavy one----If you do use an acrylic base be sure to set it into a bed of mortar it give it support.

That model is very short--is low access needed? The short curb may lead to water escaping onto the floor outside of the shower-----

Thanks, yes the lack of mortar base caused the failure of the other one.

No low access is not needed, thanks for the heads up, its the only one I could find that has the drain in the correct place.
 
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