Thanks OB. I had the 210 off and apart to replace the ball valve and gaskets. There are two attaching bolts into the floor ring and two lag bolts aft screwed into the floor. The bolts are pretty tight. I am concerned about breaking the floor ring or stripping the lag bolts.
My current Sealand 210 toilet is too low and has been problematic. So, I'm thinking of replacing it with the new Sealand revolution 320 high profile toilet. The current sealand wobbles a little and I am curious if the new higher profile job will wobble even more. Anyone have any experience with this toilet. Thanks.
My A/C has no provision for mounting with long bolts thru the plenum. The A/C is mounted with four lag bolts thru holes in the A/C and into the roof. I have it off right now. This A/c the residential quiet cool and has NO plates, panels or anything else inside the RV except for ceiling air returns and vents. PS: lag bolts are a courser threaded and have no nuts.
It appears my A/Cs are lag bolted to the roof. The bolts go thru rubber blocks which I presume seal the bolt hole in the roof. Anyone know how to replace these foam/rubber blocks and what are the tightening specs on the four lag bolts? thanks.