Shower enclosure - sizes etc

Want to swap out the enclosure we've currently got (which was there when house was built).
Measuring it - it seems a strange size - approx 730mm. I see standard sizes are 700 and 760.
However, I see that you can buy 30mm extension bits so I'm wondering if this is whats been done (there is a plastic bit against the wall before the door starts).
In terms of tray, the door/wall runs right to the edge but it looks like possibly the dray has been dug into the wall a little (thats Barratt for you so it could be a 760mm tray (its deffo bigger than 700).
Does this sound about right?
Unfortuantely, due to size of bathroom we're a little stuck with anything much bigger?
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What dimension is that - the internal width of the enclosure itself? If so, given that tiles etc are usually fitted after (ie on top) of the shower tray I'd have thought that sounds like a 760mm tray?

What, extensions for tha tray itself? Haven't heard of that and can't imagine it working and beunbg waterproof?

I would say so, yes. When I fitted a shower tray in an existing alcove in our 1900s house I did something similar, in order to maximise the size of the shower enclosure.
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It was probably put in place before the wall was rendered and tiled. This means it won't be easy to replace, a lot of the rendering and tiling may have to be removed.
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