Seats Color-To-Match® for AMERICAN STANDARD colors

American Standard

$50.00 
SKU: TSERAWNI
Availability: 6 in stock
Product Description:
  • Toilet seats for American Standard, aka Standard, classic colors. 
  • For normal-style toilets with 5-1/2" hinge spread center-to-center.
  • Round/Regular bowls 16-1/2”.
  • Elongated bowls 18-1/2”. 
  • Heavy-duty plastic with slow-close hinges. 
  • Allow six business days for arrival. 
  • Color samples shown here are for assistance in selecting a color name for an order.  If you do not already know your color name, go to the link for Colors Info or Color Identification Service.
  • Made in America. 200slowt 1200slowt

Measure the toilet bowl, not your seat.

Before ordering these older colors, please study the Substitutions page. Clair de Lune Blue, Royal Copenhagen Blue, Manchu Yellow, Tourmaline, Fawn, Ivory de Medici, Platinum Grey, Rose du Barry.

A note about American Standard toilets from the 1940s & 1950s with inset center tank lids: These seats will fit the mounting bolt holes and bowl size. However, when putting the cover (top portion) and rim (where you sit) in the up position, the cover will not fit into the recess as the original seat models did. Rarely, in some cases, the seat may not stay up by itself. A possible resolution is to slide the tank lid back all the way and check that the toilet is level, not tilting forward.

QUESTIONS & ANSWERS

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  • 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