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Old 01-02-2011, 05:05 PM   #1
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Does anyone know for sure whether or not the toilet flange on this year/ model AS is threaded in to the black water tank? I want to raise the flange to slide new flooring under it but don't want to break the tank fittings.
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Once you get the wood screws out, the black flange twists out of the tank.
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Thanks for the information. I also viewed your 'rotten floor' posting --wow some really great work and info there! Are there frame memebrs in close proximity around the toilet area? The floor is marginal there and if I can cut/ replace without tearing out walls etc I'll do that area too.
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Thanks for the information. I also viewed your 'rotten floor' posting --wow some really great work and info there! Are there frame memebrs in close proximity around the toilet area? The floor is marginal there and if I can cut/ replace without tearing out walls etc I'll do that area too.
On mine, there was an existing joint (the only joint in the ENTIRE floor!) just aft of the bath wall. I was able to slide the new plywood under the wall and onto the crossmember. The other 3 sides of the new piece were supported with underneath doublers.
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Once you get the wood screws out, the black flange twists out of the tank.
http://www.airforums.com/forums/f36/...tml#post739745

Got the flange out and now wonder if anyone has found and used a flange with a longer threaded neck. Floor under toilet is rotten about 4" out around and I was thinking of putting a piece of 1/2 treated plywood down and new flooring over that. A mini lifted toilet. The current flange wont thread in enough for that extra 5/8" thickness.
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