Ball & Shaft w/White Spring Cartridge Kit:
800, 900, 1000, 2000, 500, 500+ (Metal Foot Pedal Operation)
w/NEW BRASS SHAFT & White Spring Cartridge
*Service Tip: we recommend replacing your bowl seal everytime you replace your flush ball so that you get the best seal possible.
Installation Instructions Included
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great to deal with
Performed as expected.
Original replacement part. Quick Shipping
Service so good I ordered new parts from them. Parts were as advertised . Prices are Good and I will keep ordering from them cause living on a boat is hard on everything.
Easy to install
Great service and price. Fast delivery
After 'breaking' my 30 year old Sealand Vacuflush pedal mechanism (noticing original part was a plastic bolt), very happy to see a brass bolt linking the pedal and the ball flushing mechanism!
Best source for Vacu Flush
Great service and price. Cheaper and faster than ordering from the parts dept. at my marina.
Best Service Ever!
George and the staff at Seacoast are absolutely one of the best experiences I have ever had. It is not just that they have competitive prices, but mainly for me, they make themselves available to help. They have my business for life!
replacement vacuflush ball
I have installed two of these. They fit perfectly although they are not easily installed as the screw in the old shaft is typically rusted badly, requiring a good deal of patients.
A very quality product. Installation instructions leave a bit to be desired.
Great quality product and all of the necessary parts included (even an extra screw - I think this was in case you dropped one into the tank).
The instructions could have been better. Removing the ball and then inserting the new one are not quite as easy as the instructions would lead you to believe. Then I must admit that my toilet is 21 years old and I am sure this was the first time that this task had been performed. I could not remove the old screw from the shaft as it was too eroded. Had to cut the ball in half to remove it. Reinserting is was also a challenge. Found it was easiest to put the ball almost into place and then insert the shaft. Took longer than I thought it would, but when complete all worked great.