- Elongated seat and cover complete with bolts, nuts, and dual-faced adhesive washers
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Our SKU: 5357.016
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6 Questions from the Community
is this a compleate toilet-bowl,tank,seat
I have an old toilet and I want to replace the seat and cover. What is the distance center to center between the bolts?
A. Thank you for your question. The American Standard 5357.016 has no literature on the distance between the holes. The standard installation distance is 6.5 inches roughly, and all American Standard toilet seat bolt-centers are the same.
Does this fit the Antiquity Cadet 3, Model 2907.016?
Our American Standard toilet measures 17 1/2 inches long which is between the round type (16 1/2") and the elongated type (18 1/2"), where can I find a toilet seat to fit this 17 1/2 inch toilet?
what are the measurements of this seat
We have a wall mounted toilet, the seat measures 14" wide and 15" long, with a squared off front. The mounting bolts are spaced at 10". This is an American Standard unit dating from around 1960.
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