wall-mount replacement

Discussion in 'Toilet Forum discussions' started by rmattr, Nov 30, 2004.

  1. rmattr

    rmattr New Member

    Nov 30, 2004

    I'm looking to replace an exising wall-mount toilet in my house. It's a Crane "Lowall" model that has a closet flush-o-meter. It was probably installed in the early 50's. It connects to the carrier (Zurn) with just two studs (many I see have 4), and the studs exit the wall 10" off of the floor, and have a 9" spread. I'm on a concrete slab floor, so converting to a bottom outlet is not an option. I have talked to a Crane rep, and they were no help at all - they say without a model #, there is no way for them to cross-reference a replacement. (there is no model# visible)

    Does anyone have any ideas regarding a replacement? Is there a way I can adapt something else to my existing carrier?

    any help would be greatly appreciated.

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