Industrial POM Plastic Toilet Tank Mounting 6x Bolts with 2x 2″ Donut Gaskets
Sick and tired of dealing with those nuisance brass toilet tank mounting bolts?
You know . . . the ones that corrode and bind up over time, THEN have to be cut with a hacksaw for removal . . . what a hassle!
These strong POM nylon bolt and nut/washer sets ELIMINATE all these common problems and are a snap to install or remove!
- 3 3/4″ x 3/8″ Studs (M95x10) + 15/16″ Finger Tab Nuts + 2x 2″ SoftSeal Gaskets
- EASY TO INSTALL * NO METAL CORROSION * SEE INSTALLATION TIPS BELOW
- PolyOxyMethelene (POM) Bolts WILL NOT Rust, Corrode, Mineralize or Bind
- Ideal for Marine, Salt, High Mineral or Corrosive Water Environments
- Rubber cushion cone seals Will NOT Chip or Damage Porcelain Tank or Bowl Base
- 6x 3 3/4″ x 3/8″ Studs
- 2x 2″ SoftSeal Tank-to-Bowl Gaskets
Remember the last time your toilet tank leaked and you struggled underneath to remove those corroded tank bolts? Doing the job RIGHT requires quality seals that won’t leak and strong nylon bolts that won’t corrode and bind up over time. Our exclusive Cone Seals end tank leaks, while our Industrial Nylon (POM) Bolts and Finger Nuts make installation and removal a breeze.
Install bolts and hand tighten the finger nuts by firmly pressing down on each bolt head to compress the seal. Fill the tank and retighten to allow for any settling . . . DO NOT OVERTIGHTEN.
Common Question: Which are better, nylon or stainless bolts?
Answer: Nylon bolts are a better fit for larger tank holes (5/8″ to 3/4″), are easier to install, will not corrode or bind over time and match the toilet color, so are not noticeable. They are less expensive and recommended for tank mounts where the tank is supported against a wall.
Stainless bolts are smaller diameter (3/16″), yet very strong and corrosion resistant. They can be tightened down firmly enough to hold non-supported tanks without worry of breakage.
Be a PRO and do it RIGHT the first time . . . save yourself countless time, money and frustration on this one annoying detail . . .