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Old 05-05-2018, 09:49 AM   #1
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replacing toilet in 1965 Overlander

I have the original bathroom layout, molded fiberglass, and I need to replace the original leaking toilet. Is there a replacement available that will work in that space while maintaining the original look. It would need to use a standard toilet seat and be flat under the seat so it would fit snug against the underside of the fiberglass. I don't mind doing some modifications but can't seem to find a compatible toilet. Any ideas
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Look for low profile RV toilet then you can compare the various models to what you are looking for. There are plenty of sources to choose from.
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On our 66, the old porcelain original Thetford had too many rinky dink modifications to keep it. During our renovation we placed a Thetford molded unit in its place. The new one was about 3/4 short and the existing hole had to be cut a little larger. I made a short platform to support it. After a couple of years, still working great and less weight. Let me know if you need more details. Good luck, Bubba
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I have the original bathroom layout, molded fiberglass, and I need to replace the original leaking toilet. Is there a replacement available that will work in that space while maintaining the original look. It would need to use a standard toilet seat and be flat under the seat so it would fit snug against the underside of the fiberglass. I don't mind doing some modifications but can't seem to find a compatible toilet. Any ideas
Hello, have you solved you're toilet issue? We have a 64 Overlander I have the original toilet which I would think is the same. We are changing over to a composting toilet. Are you interested in ours?
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i no longer have the overlander so I am all set thanks
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