Frank C Posted April 28, 2022 Share Posted April 28, 2022 Updated. See later comment below. Toilet rocking, so I’m about the undertake the repair of the broken toilet flange as discussed in a previous thread (below link). Before I get started on the project and remove the toilet to get to the flange, a quick question for those who have done this. For the screws that attach the flange to the Ollie bathroom floor as shown in the photo, what do those screws engage into? Just threaded into the fiberglass? Or are there wooden blocks or metal nuts bonded on the underside of the fiberglass floor that the screws engage into? Just want to see if there’s an opportunity to improve the mounting and use a higher quality flange. This is one area Oliver could do a bit better on. A plastic flange on an RV application is not the greatest. I’ve used the Danco Hydroseat flange on my home toilets with great success and might try it on the Ollie if it will fit under the toilet properly. Thanks in advance. 2019 Oliver Legacy Elite II - Hull #461 Tow Vehicle: 2019 Ford F-250 SuperCab 4x4, 6.2L Flex-Fuel engine Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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