A: Outer length 37 inches hold area 34 inches
A: Thank you. the complete length is 39.071 inches.
A: The entire is able to grab and can be used for holding.
A: Yes, I installed 2. They are attractive, easy to clean and rust proof.
A: These bars mount on walls (tiled or not). Typical tub has two short walls and one long wall. I've mounted these in showers and tubs, even outdoors on porch stairways. Think through how they will be used. Consider products of different lengths. Orientation matters--horizontal or vertical, even diagonal is possible. Local code may specify height above floor, but most important is safety/comfort of user. How will they enter and leave the tub area? Will they be transferring while standing or pulling selves up from tub? Be sure to avoid water lines or electrical cables behind wall.
A: I put 1 bar on the wall by the long side of the tub and another at the rear wall. It is up to you. The first is fine by itself depending on you mobility and comfort level. Be sure to buy rust proof grab bars. I don’t know why those that rust are even sold in places with water.
A: My husband needed them. We used three of these in our shower stall. They are very nice and sturdy.