Behind the shower there should be drywall and/or studs. You can use a stud finder to find the studs (use the stud finder above the acrylic shower on the drywall to insure a valid find). Use a wing type anchor (FLIPTOGGLE is the best or a Toggle bolt anchor) if you cannot find a stud.
Yes, but you would still want to try to find a stud.
Thank you. We would not be able to give any advice on the layout of these bars since we don't know the layout of your application.
I don't remember the hole size of the mounting holes. I would get a 3/16 mason bit and plan on using 2" deck screws through the 3 holes on each end. Don't drill through the sheetrock with it. Stop after the tile and use an 1/8" bit to go deeper through the wall and see which holes have a stud or just sheetrock behind them. If you're lucky you might find a stud behind each end of the bar and get at least one screw into a stud on either end of the bar. The holes that only find sheetrock under the tile, I would use shorter grabber screws or drywall screws.
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Thank you. They are twist on.
Thank you. The part is smooth.
The flange is 3.07in. diameter.
Yes. Just make sure that you mount it with a lead or plastic shield that goes into the backer board or thin set if there's no studs behind. Be careful drilling into the tile so that you don't shatter it.
I don't see why not. Made of SS powder coated white. They also come in raw Stainless Steel or a brushed finish.