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  • #31
    Re: Mysterious crack in tub

    Not an integral surround, it's a Cultured Onyx surround over this Tub that should have been replaced much, much earlier.

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    • #32
      Re: Mysterious crack in tub

      I think I understand. If it's a separate tub only, I'd yank it. The crack in the picture does not look like a hairline but a full penetration. When I worked at a supply house we would have a tub repair guy do great repairs but often would have to get to the backside to do it right. (More than a hairline fracture if I recall.) If you've got to get to the back to do it right, might as well yank it.

      J.C.

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      • #33
        Re: Mysterious crack in tub

        The repair guy was telling me that the extruded plastic tubs are a pain to repair because they are so thin, not much material to bond to.

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        • #34
          Re: Mysterious crack in tub

          Sterling, another fine quality Kohler product.

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          • #35
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            as i always say---KOHLER IS JUNK JUNK JUNK JUNK JUNK JUNK JUNK JUNK JUNK-----NOT EVEN WORTH AN ARGUEMENT , AS THE JUNK SPEAKS 4 ITS JUNK SELF

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            • #36
              Re: Mysterious crack in tub

              Can't agree that all Kohler is JUNK. I've put in some good Kohler Acrylics & Cast Iron. And they now make a "full line" like others now with low end to high end. But the JUNK factor is rising. Even on some of the so called high end.

              J.C.

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              • #37
                Re: Mysterious crack in tub

                Originally posted by JCsPlumbing View Post
                Can't agree that all Kohler is JUNK. I've put in some good Kohler Acrylics & Cast Iron. And they now make a "full line" like others now with low end to high end. But the JUNK factor is rising. Even on some of the so called high end.

                J.C.
                I'll agree.
                Seems like not too long ago Kohler was good quality, complicated, but good quality.

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