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313: Fairgrounds restroom - full shoot

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A fairly large men's room at the local fairgrounds containing 5 Kohlers and 2 Cranes. Stall 1 - 1970's Kohler Rockwell. Stall 2 - 1970's Kohler Downing (this toilet is also featured in video #314)....

I would go for the 2nd stainless steel trough urinal.
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But you know the 2000's Kohler Highcliff is the most powerful.
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The standard height was good, I prefer the 70's Highcrest over all of the toilets in this restroom. The Hymont was great too! The Newer Highcrest had a good flush, but I still hate it! I'd choose the 70's Highcrest! Which one would you choose?
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Awesome restroom. Awesome selection. If I had to go I'd have a hard time choosing which one to use!
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WOW what a find! A huge bathroom with so many different vintage models and brands
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Did these stainless steel trough urinals come from late 1940's and the mid-1950's like the 1947-1955 Standard Madera did?
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wow, that is actually a really nice flush coming from the highcrest... didn't even think that was possible lol
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Dude. I've corrected myself. Stall 6 is actually a Kohler Highcrap from what I've heard.
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@themagentapolicecar 2day wuz the last day of the erie County Fair in hamburg new york
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I know what you mean! LOL. Wish the largest buildings including the building with that old Downing were also open.
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That's a big restroom for a Fairgrounds.
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That highcrest is so loud! That is scheiße!
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That restroom resembles the men's restrooms of Wrigley Field in Chicago
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I probably would have gone for the Downing
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Toilet 6 was highcrest! That toilet is scheiße!
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@gigaelectricbird I didn't go yet I found it out on Facebook
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Stall 6 is actually at Kohler Highcrest. Not Highcliff. Stall 7 is a Highline. Not Highcrest. Stall 6 is probably the most powerful toilet in the whole restroom. That is over 7 gallons per flush.
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Jared Brooks. Stall 6 is a Kohler Highcrest. It is definetly not a Crane Whirlton.
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Suprisingly, with the exception of the newer Crane Hymont, the rest of the toilets have the old Sloan Royal flushometers with bell shaped housings & bullet shaped handles. I was surprised that even the new Kohler Highcrest had an old flushometer on it.
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Are you sure stall 6 is not a Kohler Highcrest or a wellcomme?
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@gigaelectricbird yes tell me who u r in private message and when we're on Facebook don't talk about toilets on profiles we can do it in message on Facebook u tube is ok 2 do in person
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I love how that 1.6 GPF Highcrest has the original Sloan Royal Pre 1960's Flushometer on it. xD That is something I have never thought I would see. That is why the flush is super long is because they are putting more water in then needed. But that is pretty cool, a new toilet on an old Flushometer.
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I wonder why there are certain Kohler Downing bowls with the squared ends and those with the normal curved ends (where the flush valve is mounted to).
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And it's not a Whirlton. It's a Hymont.
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I should say that's stall 5 having the crane whirlton.
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@gigaelectricbird the fair in hamburg new york starts on Wednesday
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And Jacob, I'm going have to contradict you on the second most powerful toilet. The Whirlton (stall #5) is probably a tad more powerful than the 1970's Highcrest (stall #7).
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I will go from the stalls to most to least powerful. Stall 6. Stall 7. Stall 5. Stall 3. Stall 2. Stall 1. The weakest is stall #4.
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Yes, there are many buildings, however this one is the only one that is open. There are at least a couple of them on this campus that make this one seem small!
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