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Model # GP85160

Internet # 202524194

Store SKU # 507484

2 in. Blue Flapper with Float Used in Various Two-Piece Toilets

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$7.98 /each


Model # GP85160

Internet # 202524194

Store SKU # 507484

Store SO SKU # 1000724054

The Kohler GP85160 Flapper with Float is used in various two-piece toilets. This product is designed to replace or fix an existing float that may have failed on your Kohler toilet. When repairing your toilet always make sure to use actual Kohler parts, as it can save you money in the long run.

  • Genuine KOHLER part
  • Used in various two-piece toilets
  • Float included
  • Corrosion-resistant
  • One-year limited warranty
  • Please see the Replacement Part List PDF to the right to view all items this part is compatible with

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Product Depth (in.) 
Product Height (in.) 
Product Width (in.) 
Chain Included 
Corrosion Resistant 
Plumbing Part Type 
Toilet Flapper 
Warranty / Certifications
Manufacturer Warranty 
One-Year Limited Warranty 


Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 34 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Exact replacement…………. Easy to install………….. Tip… the clips from the old key chain. The new clips on the replacement are difficult to use when, adjusting the length of the chain. November 5, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Perfect part. I move into a new place and sigh... I hear my toilet running throughout the night. Thanks to this part, my first repair as a new homeowner was a success. The chain is a little long but that will be an easy fix too. It's a perfect fit for a Kohler toilet so I recommend paying the extra .79 cents over the generic brand. July 7, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Works (Generic did not) I tried generic flappers - those leaked. Eventually read the label under the tank lid (Kohler 4620). That referenced part no. 84225; That part no. has been superseded by GP85160. Bought two at Home Depot. Problem solved. The GP85160 is a little more flexible than the generic. Also, the nub under the flapper is a bit smaller. Spend the extra $$ and save yourself alot of frustration. November 27, 2012
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Great quick repair It was easy to install with very little adjustment. July 7, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by OEM good quality Got spares too as it seems this original mfr brand is better value since it's better quality March 12, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Replacement flapper began leaking again after 6 months Six months ago, I replaced my flapper (Kohler-specified replacement) because the original flapper was failing after ~7 years of daily use. Its seal with the top of the toilet's main refill pipe was allowing tank water through, which would trigger the tank's refill valve. This was happening with increasing frequency (up to every 20-30 minutes) and its recurrence, accompanied by the 10 seconds of refill noise was really driving me nuts, when what I desired, had long-experienced and was expecting total silence from the WC. Well, the replacement I got (this Kohler GP85160) seemed to work well, although its dimensions were indistinguishable from the original flapper. The replacement flapper appeared to have slight greater pliability, so I thought it would promise better performance. And it did. It worked fine -- until this past week, some six months later. The leaking past the seal and the triggering of the refill valve has begun again. Not as frequent as before, but that's not what I bought the replacement flapper for. I wanted a complete solution, not a short-term cease-fire. So off to Kohler I go..... January 29, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by No substitute for this part If you own a Kohler brand toilet, there are no substitute for this part. April 8, 2015
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Mixed feelings on my installation and the final outcome My toilet was leaking too, so I purchased this flapper with the hopes it would also make it possible to keep the flapper up long enough for the water to go down the tank yet it was not to be. I called Kohler and they explained to me that the float should at the midpoint of the lower and upper water levels. Then it was advised that the chain not have any slack above or blow the float with a full tank of water. So after I adjusted every thing by cutting the chain for my particular needs I fine tuned the chain by bending the arm inside the tank. It was almost tight, e.g. just with a minimum of slack. What is happening is that I must remain on the handle until all the water has gone into the bowl otherwise the flapper goes right down and prevents the water from doing it's job. In addition the tank is still losing water so I followed up with some very fine steel wool on the plastic rim where the flapper rests. I haven't had an opportunity to check this out yet if it even helped. This is where I stand right now. As for the instructions they are a mish-mash because instead of putting English by itself the languages are interspersed making one to hunt the continuation of the installation. So French in one spot, Spanish in another and English by it self. This would help a lot. December 14, 2014
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