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    Default Who Made Sears Brand Toilets In 1980?

    Im wondering as long before i was born, In my parents first house that they bought in 1980 and redid the bathroom then, they replaced the toilet with a sears brand toilet, and my mom talks about that toilet as if it were a saint and how it really held up to three kids (my siblings), so i wanted to do some research on that and find out who made it.


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    Jonathan

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    Did it have a rather strange flush valve that tilted looking somethin like the one pictured below?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Redwood View Post
    Did it have a rather strange flush valve that tilted looking somethin like the one pictured below?

    Ohh universal rundle water closet, Now that is a water closet I recommend any day any place *grins evilly*

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    I think sears used to sell them...
    Not 100% sure though...

    Back then I still did things that affected memory...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Redwood View Post
    I think sears used to sell them...
    Not 100% sure though...

    Back then I still did things that affected memory...
    Sears did, they also sold the American Standard Push/Pull faucets as their own brand as well.

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    I have no clue what it looked like as they moved out in 89 and I didn't come into existence til five years later.

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    Was Universal Rundle the only one that was sold at Sears?

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