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PostPosted: Sun Jul 29, 2018 5:26 pm 
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hi all,

im looking to replace my old shower curtain rail. ideally I wanted one that has no ceiling support so I could swish a curtain all the way round.

the shape is an L shape. length: 169cm x 69cm

does one exist at that length, or do they all have to have the ceiling support?

can you get ones that does have ceiling support but you can use one curtain?

thanks

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Does it need to be an L shape?

Screwfix have a decent range but it looks like the L shape ones need a central ceiling support, this is to stop the corner "sagging".

https://www.screwfix.com/c/bathrooms-kitchens/shower-curtain-rails/cat820286


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I have an L shape rail that the curtain runs all the way around, it is similar to a bay window track.


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Rorschach wrote:
I have an L shape rail that the curtain runs all the way around, it is similar to a bay window track.



do you have any links to the rail?


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ahfix wrote:
Does it need to be an L shape?

Screwfix have a decent range but it looks like the L shape ones need a central ceiling support, this is to stop the corner "sagging".

https://www.screwfix.com/c/bathrooms-kitchens/shower-curtain-rails/cat820286



yes, has to be L shaped


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Sorry I have no idea who made it, I fitted it about 5 years ago now. I am sure they are still out there though.


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