Any one know about this brand toilet? I have only seen one in my career. I googled it and it seems Sears comes up with it. can it be something from Sears? Are they any good? Why dont I see more of them?
That's funny because as I was reading the first post I knew I was going to say that UR had to be one of the worst toilets ever made right up there with Briggs and Mansfield. Now I know why.Years ago Universal Rundle was a limited fixture producer similar to Mansfield, they only made china and steel pruducts, but they basically went under in the early eighties and sold their manufacturing facilities to Briggs.
UR was worse, Briggs wouldn't buy their molds or any of their design, they just wanted the production facilities. UR did bring one good thing to the fixture industry, they were among the first to use acrylic for shower stalls and tubs.That's funny because as I was reading the first post I knew I was going to say that UR had to be one of the worst toilets ever made right up there with Briggs and Mansfield. Now I know why.
Interchangeable with Milwaukee-tiny cups and springs-keep the plastic seats on standby-pray it doesn't have the 2" long ones because you are fudgerd. I'd just send a pic of all the parts to [email protected]. But be ready for it to explodejim3153 said:any one know about universal rundle faucets and where to get stems for lavatory faucet it is in a house that is about 10 years old