CASE Wall Toilet Gasket Seal

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Hello all, I am reinstalling a CASE wall toilet and need to buy a new gasket seal between the toilet and the carrier bracket. I’ve seen a lot of information for the 3000 model but looks like mine is different. It is a two piece toilet (separate tank and bowl) and has 2580 on the underside of the tank lid. The carrier bracket has a 4 inch diameter hole that is 1/2 inch deep where the seal seats. The carrier drains into a 3 inch copper pipe. I was looking at the Zurn neoprene gasket but it is 5 plus inches in diameter. Seems too big to me. The house was build in 1968. I’ve included some pictures. Appreciate your time and help. Thanks.

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The neoprene gasket should work great.

There's also the fernco wax less toilet gasket that fits inside of either a 3" or 4" respectively. We use these for docent situations depending on fit.
 

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The neoprene gasket should work great.

There's also the fernco wax less toilet gasket that fits inside of either a 3" or 4" respectively. We use these for docent situations depending on fit.
Hello John,

Thanks for the reply but I'm still confused on what exact neoprene gasket to buy. Can you tell me a specific brand and part number of a gasket for the setup I have?

As I mentioned the Zurn gasket I found was $30 but I think it is too big. I found another Zurn gasket Model #Z1200-NEOSEAL-GSKT-4 for $79 at Home Depot. Seems like a whole lot of money for a gasket and I'm not positive it will fit because I couldn't find any dimensions.

I also found a NuFlush gasket for $13 at the following link:

The NuFlush website has dimensions and seems like it should fit but I'd like to be sure so that I can complete the job in one go.

Also, I searched for the Fernco wax less gaskets and there are a lot out there. But I couldn't find one for a wall toilet. Does it make a difference?

Any suggestions are appreciated. Thanks.
 

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This is the most common wall hung toilet gasket we use. It should work on 3"and 4" pipe, but it didn't look like you have a common horn type inlet so I'd probably go for the fernco. Either of these will require your cleaning the toilet really well so they stick nice.
 

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This is exactly what I was looking for. Thank you very much for the information and the advice.
 
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