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LOOKING FOR BONE COLOR ROUND AMERICAN STANDARD FROM 1977 WANT TO REPLACE LID WITH SLOW CLOSE SEAT AND LID
On this product page, under Size, select "Round 16 -1/2". Under Color, click on the third circle and a black ring will show around it. Drag over it and the name Bone will appear. Scroll down to see Add to Cart or two other choices. Complete online payment. The seat is generic. It will not be branded American Standard.
I am not sure what color my toilet is but it’s a standard 4033 39
We offer a fee-based service for identifying color names.
Color identification service: https://thisoldtoilet.com/products/toilet-color-identification-service-with-samples
I’m looking for a pinkish beige replacement toilet seat. Our toilet is from 1999 - does that narrow downs the possibilities?
The most accurate method is the Color Identification Service.
looking for American Standard elongated toilet seat either wood or brown 10" bolt spacing
You need to move over to one of these pages:
One-piece low-boy, Ellisse*
*Dark Brown is no longer available. See links above for Identify Your Toilet & Colors Info.
Can I have a toilet seat, Light Blue in 17” X 13 1/2”?
Presumptions of a normal-style toilet:
1: The hinges on your toilet seat are 5-1/2" apart from center-to-center.
2: The hinges mount down through the bowl. (Versus back through the tank.)
3: The shape of your toilet bowl and seat is curved or rounded. (Versus angled or squared-off front corners.)
There are two bowl/seat lengths as shown in the diagram above. Measure the toilet, not the seat.
The widths of our seats are: Round-14-3/8" & Elongated-14".
Light Blue is a color shade, but not a color name. For a seat to match the color of the toilet, a color name is required.
Study here Color identification service: https://thisoldtoilet.com/pages/colors-info