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Old 08-21-2006, 05:45 PM   #1
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Time to retire the 65 Caravel Townsend toilet

The toilet works fine most of the time, but there is time I get a little water from the bottem flange, also the bowl fills with to much water some times, and being 41 years old it time to replace, I'm looking at the SeaLand Traveler 500 Plus, Airsteram did install a new black tank and supported the old toilet with some 3/4 " plywood, my question is, are they hard to install, and is Sealand a good product, I attached a few pic's....

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Old 08-21-2006, 06:03 PM   #2
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From the looks of it, a Sealand traveller should bolt right in. You might consider the low profile model, since it sits atop the black tank.
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From the looks of it, a Sealand traveller should bolt right in. You might consider the low profile model, since it sits atop the black tank.
Is 3/4" plywood support sufficient?
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Is 3/4" plywood support sufficient?
That's what I used to build the toilet support on my 63 Overlander project.
It seems strong enough, but I did use hardwood ply.
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Old 08-21-2006, 09:06 PM   #5
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hello toastie, the sealand toilets are porcelin and made very well .
I have a sealnd traveler lite low profile in our 60 tradewind.
I recommend it.

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