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Old 12-14-2005, 12:16 PM   #1
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Toilet refit

Once again I tried to figure it out on my own , and could of saved time by asking the forum! My toilet on a 1965 Overlander works great, but I kept seeing gobs of silicone, where there could be a proper fix. The first was the rubber seal for the vacuum breaker line.Took a Rbber plg, and lathed it down to a great fit. The second is this hose going from the disk valve to a hole into the bowl of toilet. The fitting on the inside of bowl is the stainless,3/8" fitting, which then goes through porcelain, to the PVC 90 fitting. Being that I cant find a brand on the toilet, I'm asking for help. By the way, I thought that just restoring a vintage trailer would be a hobby , not a passion!
Thank You once again! Jeff
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Old 12-14-2005, 01:49 PM   #2
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It is probably a Thetford, that is what we had in the 68 Overlander. We replaced it with a new one. There should be a thread about it somewhere with people's suggestions.

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Old 12-19-2005, 11:10 AM   #3
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65 O,

That is an awesome pic.

My '66 has a rotted floor back there and the dumper (toilet and tank) fell out when I brought it home. So we do not use the dumper and just go to camp sites with bathrooms. However your pic (and I saved to to my puter) shows a lot of the detail I will need in the future.

Again thanks for the nice shot.

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