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Bolt Caps, Fits Brand Universal Fit, For Use with Series Universal Fit, Toilets, Most Toilets
- Item # 444K63
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- Mfr. Model # 40035
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- UNSPSC # 30181505
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- Shipping Weight 1.185 lbs.
Country of Origin China Country of Origin is subject to change.
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Bowl-to-floor hardware holds toilets in place by fastening them to a floor or wall. These bolts, washers, and nuts fit mounting holes on the base of the toilet. The bolts provide a secure hold when they're long enough to pass through the toilet base and into the flooring or wall. Bowl-to-floor hardware is used for installing new toilets, reattaching existing toilets after making repairs, and replacing hardware that has cracked, corroded, or no longer seats properly due to stripped threads.Standard toilet repair parts are universal fittings, hardware, and accessories for fixing, mounting, or enhancing the utility of toilets. They're used on standardized components common to all types of toilets such as toilet seats, waste lines, and water-supply connections. These parts can replace broken components, seal leaks between connection points, secure fixtures to a floor or wall, and facilitate repairs.
- Item Bolt Caps
- For Use With Category Toilets
- For Use With Sub-Category Most Toilets
- Fits Brand Universal Fit
- For Use with Series Universal Fit
- For Use With Universal Fit
- Size 1/4", 5/16"
- Material Plastic
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