Universal White Plastic Toilet Seat Hinge Bolt Screw For Top Mount Toilet Seat Hinges, 2 Pack
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Using a 7/16-inch ruler, I measured 7/16 of an inch The seat that I am using is 5/16, so I need to drill the seat to install these. 9/16ths of a sphere is all that is supported by the head. This is going to be drilled to 3/8" to see if I can get it to fit.
A nut is on the bottom of the part. The bolts need only be inserted into the holes after it has been unscrewed. It was not possible for me to use the bolts because they were too thick.
They are the right length for any toilet, 3 1/2 inches in length.
There is one screw on the end that measures 2 3/4" With the screw comes the bolt that fits. You should be able to fit it as long as your hole is 3/4" wide. Toilets seem to be pretty standard these days.
Selected User Reviews For Universal White Plastic Toilet Seat Hinge Bolt Screw For Top Mount Toilet Seat Hinges, 2 Pack
First of all, I was thrilled that the product arrived so quickly and that installation was so simple. The assembly was all plastic, the shaft was very thin, so my first suspicion was that the assembly would not hold up too well. Upon a closer look, it was broken after less than five sessions.
Because these were Prime-shipped I only had to wait for about 38 hours, which was good when the hinges of my toilet seat broke. There are no problems opening the package because it is easy to open Don't forget to put them on after you put Although they fit very easily, I found out that I have plastic hinges made for metal screws. I FIXED THIS, BUT IT IS EASY. By using my small drill, I simply made the holes a little bit bigger in the hinges so that the screws would Here are some of the things I like * The Bolt (bolt thingy) at the bottom of the commode was great there was not a lot of space left where the screw comes down. On the top part of the screw is a four way slot, so you can use either a phillips or flathead screw. Here is what I did not like I don't know. The bottom line is The simplicity and universality of these products makes them excellent. The same technique would work with a butter knife if you don't have a screwdriver. You notice that after many years, your toilet screws have come loose and broken. The installation of these works perfectly for older and newer toilets alike.
It was really disappointing for me. It was impossible to fit them into the holes in my toilet for the seat, as they were too thick. The screw I needed was longer since I have a Kohler toilet with a bidet attachment. Choosing plastic over metal was my preference since metal is subject to rust and is difficult to handle. My seat is not wiggling anymore, so I brought the old screws to Home Depot and bought longer ones with wing nuts. This solution worked well, and the old screws are no longer visible. There was a much better price at Home Depot.
There is nothing to dislike about it, but it does not After a couple of months, these broke. After using them for one day, I ordered another set, which broke. As you can see in the attached photo, the plastic was broken. It is a cheap fix for a problem, but you must be careful when using it.
The plastic bolts that came with the toilet seat were not long enough, so I bought these. The hardware store rep at the time told me that toilets haven't changed much since then, as I was using a tankless model from the 1950s. Oddly enough, the distance between the hinges has remained the same since then, however the type of tank has changed. There is no way to make the bolts any shorter than they need to be, so the style toilet must be thinner where they enter. Although I bought the same rounded type of toilet seat, the exterior of the toilet does not match the toilet seat. There is a gap between the toilet seat and the front and back sides of the toilet. As a result, the toilet hangs out in the back and the seat hangs out in the front and back For your information.
During my study abroad in 2014 in China, I got addicted to squatting to use the restroom. You might not know that most of the world's population still squats (try it and see for yourself how much healthier and more satisfying it is than sitting). Anyway, I fell off my toilet seat while standing on it, which caused the china to break. Upon purchasing the new set, it worked as it should! A lot of people do not even know how toilet works or that they exist, but these To fix a loose toilet seat, touch the tightening rings around the seat and tighten them, if any of them are loose. Procrastination is the thief of time.
The bolt was too big for the hole in the seat when we tried to install it. The drill I had was a bit small so I made a larger hole with the drill. It was a very solid bolt and nut and I liked the overall quality and sturdiness of it.
had to cancel this item after reading reviews indicating it did not work on all toilets, and I looked at my toilet assuming there was no way to fix it. After I had not been successful with my search on YouTube, I found a video showing me where to lift (with my fingers). Sure enough, there was a hole where I could run the bolt through. This is so good that it didn't cancel, because I don't have to spend money on a new lid (I rent). I also am no longer scooped off the bowl as I used to, which is a shock to me.