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Old 02-25-2008, 07:06 PM   #15
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Same question. We have a a 2004 Safari 25. The wife wants a china toilet rather than than the plastic Aqua Magic that came with the unit. Classic's have china toilets. What comes in the Classic and will the toilet fit in our Safari.

The Classics don't have china toilets. At least my 07 25' Classic doesn't.
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Old 02-25-2008, 07:28 PM   #16
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The Classics don't have china toilets. At least my 07 25' Classic doesn't.
some of them do...

basically the sealand/dometic traveler lite model noted above (by krazy') came in the 34 classics only.

it is a china toilet...

almost all of the other classics come with the throne you have.

i'm on my 3rd sea land-dometic traveler lite...

the first 2 had faulty bowl seals that stopped 'sealing' after a few months....

so rather than rebuild it (under warranty) they just sent me complete NEW crappers...

so now i've got an extra at home that just needs a gasket replacement...

it's very low mileage, only used on sundays!

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Old 02-26-2008, 11:40 AM   #17
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So, if I wanted to put the sealand/dometic traveler lite into my 25FB then I am going to have to use a router on the wall due to the 9-1/2" bolt to wall clearance?

Also, are you using the tall or short model? While the taller one would be preferred the shorter one might be better for access to the cabinet behind the toilet.

Finally, what is all this talk about hand sprayers?
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Old 02-26-2008, 12:35 PM   #18
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Finally, what is all this talk about hand sprayers?
This is a handheld sprayer that assists in rinsing "product" out of the bowl.
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Old 02-27-2008, 12:35 PM   #19
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Toilet in 25SS Safari

I have a 25SS Safari - and we installed a Sealand low profile China Toilet - and slightly rotated the toilet away from the door -- it is a much better - your knees do not hit the door, but are close
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Old 02-27-2008, 01:14 PM   #20
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My first Airstream was the 2005 CCD 22' - it has a china bowl and a sprayer.

In my ignorance I thought my sprayer was broken. Then I found out that it only worked when my foot was on the flusher. Gee, that didn't make a lot of sense, standing over an open drain in July trying to get a little product off of the inside of the bowl, with a wide open sewer - gently wafting fermenting methane up at me...

Then I suddenly realized... wet bath, sink faucet doubles as shower wand... warm water dissolves product faster, THEN you flush. Never used the wand again.

Cleaning the wet bath was super easy too, a couple of scoushes of scrubbing bubbles, on all the surfaces, wipe down, get out the shower wand and rinse all the mess down the floor drain. Wipe the seat dry and leave on the fan so evaporation can do it's thing. Must say I found the shower bigger and had plenty of room when seated - just wouldn't have worked when one wanted to shower and a partner wanted to be seated.

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Old 02-28-2008, 03:29 PM   #21
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Boatboy,

I currently have a Thetford Aria Classic (not electric) in my 2007 27' FB Safari and it fits over the hole just fine. It is an elongated bowl and I have to sit kind of side saddle on it with my knees out the door. My reason for replacing the Aqua "tragic" is because I got tired of getting snagged when I stood up form taking care of my business. I spoke to the factory and got the model number for the toilet that I will install in the next week or so (dometic sealand traveler lite).
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