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The hinge was a perfect fit on my wooden Comfort seat. Even all the screw holes lined up so no need to drill more.
Great replacements for those cheap plastic bumpers that normally come with a new seat.
They are good bumpers. Working well. Thought they were priced slightly high.
Best iv'e seen, best i've used. Nuf said.
if mounting on plastic toilet seat.... DRILL PILOT HOLES about half-way through from the bottom of the seatto prevent the screws from splitting or cracking the toilet seat. The Pilot holes should be slightly smaller in diameterthan the screws. This will give the screws something to grip into as you screw the bumpers on the bottom of the toiletseat and at the same time not exert too much stress on the bottom of the seat to cause it to split. If done like this and alittle strong glue is applied to the screws as they are inserted into the pilot holes, these bumpers should last as long as the toilet seat does.
I found these to be an excellent product. Theold bumpers were held on by nails. They were pretty easy to remove. The holes from the nails of the original bumpers exactly lined up with the holes for the screws that secure these new bumpers. I was at it with the seat bumper for no more than a hour, if that. The cover bumpers were a different story. The new ones are secured with screws that are larger than the screws for the seat bumpers. I drilled out the nail holes on the cover with great care, soo as to not drill all the way through the cover. I used a small "Ridgid" impact driver to install these screws, as the larger size and caution suggested that would be easier. I set them so that the base of the head was right at the surface of the cover. The bumpers for the cover snapped right on. These bumpers are silicone, so noticeably quieter than the original plastic. They are a little thicker than the original bumpers which lifts the seat slightly. To solve that problem, I got some "Hinge Bolt Washers" from Ace Hardware that seem like they will lift the back of the seat slightly.
Are added support for any toilet seat. I think they make the seat last longer. I do recommend them. You do have to drill two holes for each one to mount them.
The bad news: we live in a world in which toilet seats do not come with sufficient bumpers. The good news: we live in a world in which someone (thank you, whoever you are!) makes extra toilet seat bumpers. Happiness can be as simple as this.
The Brown Silicone Toilet Seat Bumpers are Perfect, solid pieces screwed onto our western wood toilet seat for great comfort, looks clean & professional, should last a long time & a great improvement from our plastic broken standard issue bumpers. Too bad I didn't take the before photo. I would recommend this solid item & was very pleased with the fast delivery service of this product. YEE HAW!