No, just the shoe gasket. (Goes underneath) use plumber's putty under the cup.
Yes. At double the price, $35 including taxes. Unfortunate they would not supply two additional Type A screws for the drain overflow plate. My previous one rusted.
Unacrew it add another washer and frighten. In some cases you may have to adjust how far it turn into the pipe threads
There is an adjustment nut on the shaft. I didn't have to adjust mine. When I screwed it into the strainer, it was already set at the right height to keep the water from draining.
The strainer is the thing you are installing. The plug screws into the strainer. You will have to unscrew the plug to install the strainer. Then you screw the plug into the strainer. So, yes, the plug is removable. We leave it out unless we want to fill the bathtub with water. That way the plug doesn't get yucky and covered with funk.
Thank you for your interest in Danco products. We're sorry to hear about the trouble you're having with your newly installed Danco model # 88981. We cannot say for sure whether your plumber installed this correctly, but we can assure you that this is not normal of this drain stopper assembly when installed properly. For in-depth trouble shooting assistance, please contact Danco @ 1-800-523-5135 [select option 2 for Product Support].
Thank you for your interest in Danco products. The OD of the overflow plate included with model # 88981 is 3-1/8".
Thank you for contacting Danco. The threads on this touch-toe drain trim kit is fine threaded.
Yes, and it looks good.
Yes, this is an easy conversion. For instructions, please see http://www.danco.com/HowTo/How-to-Replace-an-Overflow-Plate-%26-Tub-Drain. Please note: since we last updated these instructions, we've begun including the gasket in step 6 in the kits, so you won't need to purchase one separately.