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Old 08-17-2008, 11:55 PM   #21
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Cool.

I'm thinking I'll report back on the Style-II. No downside from my standpoint.

Thanks for all the feedback... otherwise I'd be wondering around in the dark. Not pretty.
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Old 09-21-2009, 01:29 PM   #22
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We put a Style II in our Sovereign (high profile), a caveat is that the plumbing standards have changed in the last 30+ years. You will need to change the fitting from the pipe to the toilet (for any new toilet).
Terry,

Can you tell me more about this? I was about to order a new Sealand and was doing a last minute check when I saw your comment.

I'm having a new black tank installed, and replacing the missing toilet. What will I have to to do the flange to bring it up to date?
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Ron............and the rest of the story? Did you get the Thetford style. How did it work? Was at an RV place yesterday and was mentioning that I was going to get a Sealand Traveler Lite and he showed me the Thetford Style II the dimensions are very close to the Sealand.
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I have a 1979, 31'. I need to remove the toilet for some floor work. There are no obvious bolts. Anyone know how to get it out?
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