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Old 10-02-2011, 04:28 PM   #1
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toilet replacement

Replacing the toilet in My 74 Mini winnie Because the old one look hooked up for some reason I didn't want To waste time figuring out.

Putting the new fitting on.




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It's always a challenge. I replaced our theford with a Domestic and needed to make up an elbow so it would work. One word of caution though, I saw camping world had the ceramic Domestic on sale for $149 and bought it. It's a much better unit BUT it's 19 inches high which means your feet will swing while you are on it....

Wonder why it was on sale????
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Old 10-03-2011, 07:39 PM   #3
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The wife's feet dangle on our new Thetford Bravura, even though its the low profile. The commode sits on a raised step; the black tank is directly under the floor at that point (don't drill any holes there!)
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Old 10-03-2011, 07:48 PM   #4
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It's always a challenge. I replaced our theford with a Domestic and needed to make up an elbow so it would work. One word of caution though, I saw camping world had the ceramic Domestic on sale for $149 and bought it. It's a much better unit BUT it's 19 inches high which means your feet will swing while you are on it....

Wonder why it was on sale????
Silly, that's the Edith Anne version of the toilet.
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I have an almost new high profile toilet because once I got it installed and used (tried to use it) it was too high and our feet couldn't reach the floor so I had to get the low profile one that wasn't on sale. wife says when we get serious anout a new motorhome she wants to try the toilet to make sure it is low enough
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