A: Lisa, thank you for your question. The size of the set screw is #8-32 x3/8" cone point. Our Customer Care Specialists are available to discuss your question(s) further. Please contact us directly at email@example.com Monday to Friday 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. EST. ~Best, Delta Customer Care Team
A: Karl, thank you for your question. The older models used the Easy Clip mounting, but the newer models use the set screw mounting. Our Customer Care Specialists are available to discuss your question(s) further. Please contact us directly at customersolutions@Deltashowerdoors.com Monday to Friday 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. EST. ~Best, Delta Shower Doors Customer Care Team
A: Annie, Thank you for your question. The Delta Silverton 18 in. Towel Bar in Chrome has a diameter of 5/8". Best, Customer Care Team
A: exactly 16mm or 5/8"
A: Diameter is 2”
A: David, Thank you for your question. This towel bar cannot be installed inside of a shower as it has not been tested for constant contact with water. Best, Customer Care Team
A: If it's fiberglass, probably not. Unless you have really long screws to go into the sheetrock behind it. I don't know what it would do to the fiberglass tub. I would google and see if you can find out any info. Mine is installed in sheetrock on the wall.
A: Yes you could mount it inside your shower. But I don’t recommend it because the screws will hold the towel bar best if your screws are into the studs. Most showers have tile or fiberglass. Why not just throw your towel over the shower rod And put it on the opposite end of the shower. The towel bar is also made out of metal if it’s in the shower it’s going to get wet and it’s going to rust. I don’t recommend you put a towel bar inside your shower for all the reasons I’ve listed above.
A: It Can be if you have the right tools I am assuming the inside of your shower is Tile. However I would not do that because the screws and metal will rust quickly.
A: Mine is mounted in my shower and is doing fine. It’s meant for towels only. It is not a grab bar.