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Super_Dave

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Posted: 06/27/20 08:10pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Will a standard residential toilet seat work on the RV toilet?


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They should.


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Yes they should, I would however take a few measurements. Distance between bolts, front to back of bowl and side to side.


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Assuming it's not the plastic toilets with nesting seats.

The porcelain ones, just check the bolt pattern and size...better yet, take it to the store with you.


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Posted: 06/28/20 06:21am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Mine does. It takes a elongated not round seat.


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FIrst there are TWO standard residential seats (Round and oval) and 3 Standard RV toilets Round. Short oval and full size Residential oval.

IN MOST CASES if you have a round or full size oval the Standard seats fit.
(Mid size oval.. Well the round will fit but not sure about the bigger one)

SOME toilets have weird mounts however and I've yet to figure out how to replace that one.

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The macerator job I have in the full bath.. Strange mount may take a standard but I've yet to figure it out as the bolts go through the back, not the bottom.


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valhalla360 wrote:

Assuming it's not the plastic toilets with nesting seats.

The porcelain ones, just check the bolt pattern and size...better yet, take it to the store with you.


Seat and cover are a thin plastic, trying to get something a little more sturdy. The plastic pin that holds the seat cover to the hinge snapped for no reason.

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Posted: 06/28/20 04:20pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Super_Dave wrote:

valhalla360 wrote:

Assuming it's not the plastic toilets with nesting seats.

The porcelain ones, just check the bolt pattern and size...better yet, take it to the store with you.


Seat and cover are a thin plastic, trying to get something a little more sturdy. The plastic pin that holds the seat cover to the hinge snapped for no reason.


That sounds like the plastic nesting seats...probably cheaper and easier to just replace the whole toilet.

It's really not that hard to replace the toilet.

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How would replacing a whole toilet be cheaper than a $20 toilet seat?

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Posted: 06/28/20 05:55pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I replaced mine with one from home depot the day after I brought my 2019 TT home from the dealer.

Standard hole spacing is 5.5 inches

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