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Old 11-09-2019, 07:07 PM   #21
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FYI

When you get tired of playing with those AS flushvalves, the Sloans will fit into the AS screw stop valves. So a water shutdown is not needed.
Zurn for awhile also made a generic version, discontinued now.
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When you get tired of playing with those AS flushvalves, the Sloans will fit into the AS screw stop valves. So a water shutdown is not needed.
Zurn for awhile also made a generic version, discontinued now.





There are a bunch of different brands THAT ARE MADE TO FIT SLOAN not the other way around. Delaney is another. Most at the very least fit at the stop connection. Many like the zurn have pretty much all the parts compatible.


Slaon is the original. Current parts will fit a sloan valve from the 30's, now that's impressive. In 2006 they released a replica model that looks like the old ones with a porcelain handle and bell shaped top with nut. I want one.





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