I have a Crane toilet, the tank is cracked, need to identify the correct model tank replacement?

The date of manufacture on the tank lid is Jul 21 1994, there are also some additional codes ’96′ and ‘CR-PL-A 9-652′. I think the model is a Galaxy but I can’t find the exact type of tank on the Crane Plumbing web site. The contour of the tank appears to be similiar to the 3754 tank but my tank lid doesn’t have the same indentations on the top. I can’t seem to find the correct replacement tank to order.

5 Responses to “I have a Crane toilet, the tank is cracked, need to identify the correct model tank replacement?”

  1. harold p  on May 22nd, 2011

    Your local building supply outlet will help. I had to replace the tank on mine and the exact brand was no longer available. There are some universal fitting tanks. I just asked at the building counter and they were very helpful in alternative solutions.

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  2. scotty2hotty  on May 22nd, 2011

    Just buy a new toilet, cheaper! Besides the color will never match anyway even if you find the right one.

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  3. JackJester  on May 22nd, 2011

    Depending on the popularity and whether this model is still actively manufactured, it will probably be cheaper to buy a complete toilet….

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  4. Letmikefixit!  on May 22nd, 2011

    Fortunately toilets are manufactured according to dimension standards the result of which is that tanks are largely interchangeable. The important measurement is the distance between the centers of the tank bolt holes.

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  5. morris  on May 22nd, 2011

    Pretty much all tanks are same. They all have the same 2 bolts with a seal, so you don’t have to have the same brand. They often sell tanks alone so just get anyone you like.

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