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Old 08-05-2003, 02:06 PM   #1
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Toilet Install

Our new addition - 1955 Flying cloud no longer has it's original toilet. Right now it has a port-a-pottie sitting on plywood where the original was. Any recomendations on where to find a toilet. We would also like to add a black water tank - any suggestions or advice?

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Old 08-08-2003, 02:48 PM   #2
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are you sure you don't have a black h2o tank? we just (last night) ripped up our "bathroom" and come to find out there is a really ugly (yellow, orange, red) tank under a plywood frame that the toilet, or what is left of the toilet, is mounted to. If you don't have one, you might have had the same type of set up that we do on our trailer. See my thread "bizare toilet set up" for the answers I received when trying to figure out what happened to the toilets back in the day. We are going to rip ours out and put in new tanks so if we or anyone else find a way, Im sure we'll all share with you.
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If I were installing a toilet, I would choose the one used in the current 22' Internationals. It is quite compact and has a china bowl. It is one of the Sealand Traveller Lite. There are several models with different heights and widths to choose from in the series.
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We got a Sealand "Traveller Lite" toilet to replace the original on our '52 Cruiser. It fits nicely in the small space and looks somewhat like the old toilet. Price was reasonable (about $170.-). We're keeping the old toilet until the day we find replacement parts so maybe it can be reinstalled. I'll try to post a picture of the old toilet FYI.

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