• Korky 2001 Tp Universal Toilet Tank Flapper (3 Pack)  Easy To Install Long Lasting All Rubber Seal Ma
  • Korky 2001 Tp Universal Toilet Tank Flapper (3 Pack)  Easy To Install Long Lasting All Rubber Seal Ma
  • Korky 2001 Tp Universal Toilet Tank Flapper (3 Pack)  Easy To Install Long Lasting All Rubber Seal Ma
  • Korky 2001 Tp Universal Toilet Tank Flapper (3 Pack)  Easy To Install Long Lasting All Rubber Seal Ma
  • Korky 2001 Tp Universal Toilet Tank Flapper (3 Pack)  Easy To Install Long Lasting All Rubber Seal Ma
  • Korky 2001 Tp Universal Toilet Tank Flapper (3 Pack)  Easy To Install Long Lasting All Rubber Seal Ma
Korky 2001 Tp Universal Toilet Tank Flapper (3 Pack)  Easy To Install Long Lasting All Rubber Seal Ma
Korky 2001 Tp Universal Toilet Tank Flapper (3 Pack)  Easy To Install Long Lasting All Rubber Seal Ma
Korky 2001 Tp Universal Toilet Tank Flapper (3 Pack)  Easy To Install Long Lasting All Rubber Seal Ma
Korky 2001 Tp Universal Toilet Tank Flapper (3 Pack)  Easy To Install Long Lasting All Rubber Seal Ma
Korky 2001 Tp Universal Toilet Tank Flapper (3 Pack)  Easy To Install Long Lasting All Rubber Seal Ma
Korky 2001 Tp Universal Toilet Tank Flapper (3 Pack)  Easy To Install Long Lasting All Rubber Seal Ma

Korky 2001 Tp Universal Toilet Tank Flapper (3 Pack) Easy To Install Long Lasting All Rubber Seal Ma

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  • UNIVERSAL TO FIT MOST POPULAR 2 inch toilet brands including, but not limited to: American Standard, Kohler, Mansfield, & TOTO - Replaces popular rubber, float-style and rigid frame flappers
  • QUICKLY FIX running and leaking toilets and eliminate costly water waste
  • KORKY INVENTED THE FLAPPER and is still the preferred brand by plumbers for superior quality and reliability
  • MADE IN USA - Proudly made in America and backed by a 5 year warranty
  • EXCLUSIVE LONGEST LASTING red rubber resists chlorine, bacteria, city water treatment, hard water, and well water
  • MADE OF FLEXIBLE RUBBER for a tight seal on most flush valves
  • EASY TO INSTALL, the 2001BP includes: (3) Flappers and (3) Stainless Steel Chains

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Stands up to chlorine and well water I went through several big name brand flappers (starts with a K) that wouldn't last more than a month in three different toilets without warping and leaking as the rubber deteriorated. We have well water with lots of minerals and were using a chlorine tablet in the tanks. That's what I think caused the name brand flappers to fail.Korky claims that their rubber flappers won't deteriorate in well water or chlorine, and it's true - at least in our experience for the past few months (which far exceeds the name brand longevity already.) 5The term Universal Fit is used very loosely here Was not happy with this purchase. Universal fit is not accurate. I bought a 3 pack as a replacement as my flappers on both toilets have bent a little over time... likely due to chemical additives and usage etc. After I installed one you could tell it doesn't seat in the middle of the tank drain after a flush and subsequently there was still a leak. Made a different brand purchase that I remember making before that was truly universal and fixed the issue. I do not recommend. 2My plumber uses these Works great and my plumber uses this model. Have used these several times, all in different Kohler toilets, and have not had any issues. Our water is hard on rubber products but these will last at least about 8 years. I change them at about 8 years before they go bad and start wasting water. You can lose a lot of water over time with a leaky flapper and not even know it. 5I would not purchase this product. They have a quality control issue. Sorry, but these products are not high quality. I purchased these to fix my toilet, and it did not fix the problem. Thinking it was something else, I called a plumber, and to my surprise, he said it was the replacement flapper that was defective (mis-shaped), so he just replaced it (for $40) with a higher quality problem, and no more leak. I would not buy this product. 1Works....! I ordered this tho' I thought this might be a tad small to replace a flap which seemed a little over 2"...when it arrived, its conical part was indeed smaller than the one in place (and broken)...but after using it a couple of times and mechanically seating it after I observed some post-flush leakage...this seems to work flawlessly. God product...and universal as advertised! 5good product get them, use them, don't let your toilet run...fresh water is a blessing and in some parts of the country it's like throwing money away if you run up your water billthese flappers work a bit better than the cheaper versions you'll find elsewhere, but as always, water conditions will determine how long your toilet equipment lasts 5Be aware Be aware the length of chain on the stopper is only nine inches which was too short for two of my toilets. Too bad the manufacture couldn't add a few more inches of chain to make this a more universal fit. You might want to measure the chain length you need before ordering. 2The Best Flapper This flapper works very well. It fits the standard size tank, and is made of soft rubber which works the best. The soft rubber seals better than the hard plastic flappers. This flapper hooks on better and will not break the posts in the bottom of the tank. The clip will stay on the chain and not come off when using the handle. It may look like the bottom of the flapper is bent, however that is only when it is in the package. It is soft and will go into shape when you take it out of the package. You do not have to turn off the water to put it on or take it off. I use bleach tabs and get 2 years out of each flapper. I have used many flappers over the years and this brand works the best. 5A quick solution to most toilet slow leak problems... There is not much variety in this type of product; it must adhere to the design constraints or it won't function. This particular one, with free shipping, was a godsend as I needed one and didn't feel like making a large order just to get free shipping.Some helpful notes: Measure the old chain's length(if it was proper, i.e. allowed some slack) and make this new one that length, plus one link extra. The proper way is to turn off the water supply, flush and then install the new one. Remove the old hook on the flush lever holding the top of the chain, quickly swap the flapper(you'll lose a little water for a few seconds), then with the new one in place, put its rubber arms into the slot and finally hook its new chain to the flush lever arm(in the same slot as before) and you will have done it without fuss. If you don't have confidence, of course, get someone to help, go online for a guide, or call the plumber for $100...Footnote: the 'machinery' of the toilet is delicate, if simple, and has to be handled with care. There's an old saying, if it ain't broke, don't fix it. I would recommend caution even with something this simple. 5I only use these flappers. I do tenant repairs for a property management company. I've changed hundreds of toilet flappers. I've removed all the standard flappers at one time or another. When I first started I just grabbed whatever the hardware shop had to offer at the cheapest price. It took a few months to figure out that some flappers are better than others. The worst ones are the ones with the stiff plastic pivot arms. Long story short, I started using the red Korky a couple of years ago and love them. 5
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Stands up to chlorine and well water I went through several big name brand flappers (starts with a K) that wouldn't last more than a month in three different toilets without warping and leaking as the rubber deteriorated. We have well water with lots of minerals and were using a chlorine tablet in the tanks. That's what I think caused the name brand flappers to fail.Korky claims that their rubber flappers won't deteriorate in well water or chlorine, and it's true - at least in our experience for the past few months (which far exceeds the name brand longevity already.) 5The term Universal Fit is used very loosely here Was not happy with this purchase. Universal fit is not accurate. I bought a 3 pack as a replacement as my flappers on both toilets have bent a little over time... likely due to chemical additives and usage etc. After I installed one you could tell it doesn't seat in the middle of the tank drain after a flush and subsequently there was still a leak. Made a different brand purchase that I remember making before that was truly universal and fixed the issue. I do not recommend. 2My plumber uses these Works great and my plumber uses this model. Have used these several times, all in different Kohler toilets, and have not had any issues. Our water is hard on rubber products but these will last at least about 8 years. I change them at about 8 years before they go bad and start wasting water. You can lose a lot of water over time with a leaky flapper and not even know it. 5I would not purchase this product. They have a quality control issue. Sorry, but these products are not high quality. I purchased these to fix my toilet, and it did not fix the problem. Thinking it was something else, I called a plumber, and to my surprise, he said it was the replacement flapper that was defective (mis-shaped), so he just replaced it (for $40) with a higher quality problem, and no more leak. I would not buy this product. 1Works....! I ordered this tho' I thought this might be a tad small to replace a flap which seemed a little over 2"...when it arrived, its conical part was indeed smaller than the one in place (and broken)...but after using it a couple of times and mechanically seating it after I observed some post-flush leakage...this seems to work flawlessly. God product...and universal as advertised! 5good product get them, use them, don't let your toilet run...fresh water is a blessing and in some parts of the country it's like throwing money away if you run up your water billthese flappers work a bit better than the cheaper versions you'll find elsewhere, but as always, water conditions will determine how long your toilet equipment lasts 5Be aware Be aware the length of chain on the stopper is only nine inches which was too short for two of my toilets. Too bad the manufacture couldn't add a few more inches of chain to make this a more universal fit. You might want to measure the chain length you need before ordering. 2The Best Flapper This flapper works very well. It fits the standard size tank, and is made of soft rubber which works the best. The soft rubber seals better than the hard plastic flappers. This flapper hooks on better and will not break the posts in the bottom of the tank. The clip will stay on the chain and not come off when using the handle. It may look like the bottom of the flapper is bent, however that is only when it is in the package. It is soft and will go into shape when you take it out of the package. You do not have to turn off the water to put it on or take it off. I use bleach tabs and get 2 years out of each flapper. I have used many flappers over the years and this brand works the best. 5A quick solution to most toilet slow leak problems... There is not much variety in this type of product; it must adhere to the design constraints or it won't function. This particular one, with free shipping, was a godsend as I needed one and didn't feel like making a large order just to get free shipping.Some helpful notes: Measure the old chain's length(if it was proper, i.e. allowed some slack) and make this new one that length, plus one link extra. The proper way is to turn off the water supply, flush and then install the new one. Remove the old hook on the flush lever holding the top of the chain, quickly swap the flapper(you'll lose a little water for a few seconds), then with the new one in place, put its rubber arms into the slot and finally hook its new chain to the flush lever arm(in the same slot as before) and you will have done it without fuss. If you don't have confidence, of course, get someone to help, go online for a guide, or call the plumber for $100...Footnote: the 'machinery' of the toilet is delicate, if simple, and has to be handled with care. There's an old saying, if it ain't broke, don't fix it. I would recommend caution even with something this simple. 5I only use these flappers. I do tenant repairs for a property management company. I've changed hundreds of toilet flappers. I've removed all the standard flappers at one time or another. When I first started I just grabbed whatever the hardware shop had to offer at the cheapest price. It took a few months to figure out that some flappers are better than others. The worst ones are the ones with the stiff plastic pivot arms. Long story short, I started using the red Korky a couple of years ago and love them. 5
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