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    Default 66 x 32 bathtub

    I am having a hard time finding a white, acrylic 66" by 32" bathtub, right drain, no jets, motors or whirlpool, soaking only, to replace the current one in my home, probably 50+ years old. Either what I find is whirlpool or too wide. Any help?

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    Retired Defense Industry Engineer jadnashua's Avatar
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    Don't know, but check out http://www.jasoninternational.com/ company run by a spin-off son of jacuzzi.
    Jim DeBruycker
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    First I searched using 32 and tub as key words; then I read those results only to figure out what other terms to use, to refine the search. I guess the following would be good to try, along with 32 and tub:

    5.5
    5-1/2 (with the dash and the slash)
    66
    65.75

    I put all of them in the "at least one of" field in Google's advanced search form, and I got more than a million...

    and also, could be good, but might not be, to add :

    soaker

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    Here is one result I saw right away:
    Stratford 5.5 Tub American Standard ($1252)
    # 5-1/2' x 32" x 20"
    # Americast construction
    # Full slip-resistant surface
    # SOAKER ONLY - non-jetted tub
    # Priced for White

    also, another Am Std product is 66"x32", the Colony, but I don't know if it is available in a plain old basic un-holed non-whirlpool version. Most tubs are.

    More results later. Add "acrylic" if necessary,

    david

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    Toto makes them, but only in cast iron.
    Jim DeBruycker
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    Thans genie... for the search tips. I usually do OK, but didn't realize what can be accomplished by refining the search like you did!

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    If you can find a whirlpool tub with the right dimensions, most companies also sell them without the jetting.

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