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Metal bracket with Corner Seat, is it installed prior to tile?

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We are doing a complete renovation of a bathroom. The corner seat is on back order and not due for 3 weeks. I pulled up a installation sheet with a diagram. Verbal instructions did not indicate if after the reinforcement by a 2x6 between studs in the corner were also supplemented with the metal bracket coming with the corner seat...or is it applied after the tile is complete. As I don't have the spec sheets with specific instructions, and this corner seat is to be done after the tile is complete, I am concerned as to whether the metal goes into the wall prior to tile, or not? Anybody out there have any experience installing one of these corner Swanstone seats?

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The metal bracket is applied after the tile. That is the reason for the reinforcement between the studs.

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