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Tub Waste Required
- Dual on Plinth Tub Rim Holes
- 60in x 31 1/2in x 23 3/4in
- Installed on Plinth
- Capacity: 40 gallons
- 7in centers faucet holes on tub rim centered above drain overflow
- Requires ECSSL straight bath supplies and ECLTD or ECLTD03 leg tub drain
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Our SKU: ECUSADP60
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11 Questions from the Community
What material is this tub made of?
What does rim holes mean?
It says that there are 7" center holes drilled to the rim of the tub but the last question answered says there are not holes drilled on the rim of the tub. Which is it? Also, if there are holes drilled on the rim...is there room for two more?
The ECUSADP60 with 7" spread holes can it use a deck mounted faucet? Do you have a chrome faucet without hand held sprayer?
Can the tub be purched without deck holes?
Do you make this model or longer model of this in cast iron?
I need further clarification on what the rim holes are used for. If I'm using a wall mouted faucett, what are the holes for? In onw of you answers, it was stated they are used for accessories. What accessories are you refering to?
what accessories are you refering to concerning the rim holes? I'm planning on using a wall mounted faucett.
Can I use Grohe Seabury 25 055 tub fillers with the 7 inch predrilled holes in this tub?
I would like to know two things. How deep is the tub to the overflow (water depth) and how long is the tub at the base (leg room)?
Is the apron at base of tub included with this tub?
All items are warranted to be free of manufacturing, material, and mechanical defects for a period of 5 years from date of purchase, when properly installed by a qualified, licensed plumber.