Replacing Case 3000 Wall Mount Toilet with American Standard Glenwall VorMaX

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Kay C

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We are doing a total remodel of a bathroom and replacing a 1960's era Case 3000 wall mounted toilet. We undertand that the 2-bolt carrier for the old Case toilet won't work on any new wall mount toilet. We're considering an American Standard Glenwall VorMax but can't find a replacement wall carrier system. What would you recommend? Is this the best choice of a new wall mount toilet? The toilet is under a window so we don't have the wall space for the newer type of wall mounted toilet that requires the in-wall tank.
 

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Have you opened up the wall behind? Often the carrier in back has places for four bolts and only the top two were used.

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We have a blue one like that. We haven't opened the wall yet, so I don't know. If we do need to replace the carrier, do you have a recommendation and a supplier?
 

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This is from HJ on a earlier post.
There is no direct replacement for the Case/Briggs 3000. To replace it you have to remove the bracket mount and revise the carrier by installing the two top bolts and then using a conventional wall mount.
 

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I Terry. My case 3000 toilet needs replacing. Is there a similar 2 bolt toilet or can we use a 4 bolt wall mount instead. If so, can you recommend the best choice to replace the case 3000?
 
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