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Old 08-06-2012, 03:37 PM   #1
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I am in need of some parts to repair a Kohler3410 high tank replica toilet.
can anyone tell me of a distributor for out of date kohler parts. Perhaps an after market supply house?

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Old 08-06-2012, 05:30 PM   #2
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Just Google the make and model # dozens came up for me.
Any plumbing supply should be able to order them if that does not work out.
I've had some old Kohlers that needed parts and just the flush valve was going to cost as mush as two new Toto toilets that look the same on the outside.

What part is it you need that a modern new part would not work.

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Just Google the make and model # dozens came up for me.
Any plumbing supply should be able to order them if that does not work out.
I've had some old Kohlers that needed parts and just the flush valve was going to cost as mush as two new Toto toilets that look the same on the outside.

What part is it you need that a modern new part would not work.
The pipe(#21532) and fittings(#21541,542,544,525,526,527) that take the water from the tank, hanging on the wall at about eye level, to the toilet bowl when the toilet is flushed.

Perhaps I could plumb it in copper (?).
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What happened to the old parts?
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Old 08-06-2012, 10:08 PM   #5
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Try Googling "vintage plumbing parts.
I got a whole lot of sites to come up.
Here's one but it does not look quite like yours.
http://www.signaturehardware.com/product7135

For copper that big you may have to go to a commercial plumber, There going to have bigger copper laying around.
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