A: Yes, this tank lever could fit the hole you mentioned. Tks.
A: comes with chrome handle, you'll have to get a different lever if you want gold
A: I looked closely and the interior brass arm is permanently attached to the handle. Removing it might break everything beyond repair. OTOH, its only a few bucks and might be worth the experiment.
A: Yes can get in brass color. However can not change handle on assembly to other color.
A: Should be no problem..
A: Yes, i did it also and it was fine
A: Yes, the lever arm can be bent.
A: Not sure, but I don't think so
A: I bent it. I was afraid that might weaken the metal (I had to bend it three times before it was bent enough, used different bend points each time), but it hasn't broken yet. And I put it on...five minutes ago. So it appears to be good after bending for at least one flush or five minutes. See my review for some pictures.
A: prob any with a lever and chain that pulls up stopper in tank . just have to keep adjusting chain and flushing until it flushes and water fills up tank and shuts off
A: So as not to mislead anyone, I don't have any idea. I installed mine on a American Standard toilet. Suggest you take a close look at your existing flush handle, how it appears on the inside of the tank, then go to the Store to make your purchase.
A: Yes. I bought it last week, and installed it less ten minutes
A: Not a good product. It falls apart before you install it out of the package.
A: Maybe, but this is a bottom line product. You should buy one that's an exact replacement for your Glacier Bay toilet, probably a few bucks more, to avoid a possible hassle. If possible bring the old one along for comparison.
|Name||American Standard 28-Degree Toilet Tank Lever in Chrome||Front Mount Toilet Tank Lever in Chrome||Front Mount Toilet Tank Lever in Brushed Nickel||Front Mount Toilet Tank Lever in Chrome|
|Plumbing Part Type||Toilet Lever||Toilet Lever||Toilet Lever||Toilet Lever|
|Features||No Additional Features|
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