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Bath mixer / shower taps for 140mm betwen centres inlet.

Discussion in 'Plumbing and Central Heating' started by beefster, 17 Aug 2020.

  1. beefster

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    Hi All, I was hoping someone can advise as I purchased a deck mounting bath / Showe Mixer tap to replace my dated ones over the weekend only to find that it does not match the holes in the bath! The current holes are 140mm between centres rather than the 180 required. Ooops... I just assumed that it was a standard size!

    I can not find much info on my google search for mixer sets to match this bath. Most do not even list the details for the inlets. I assume as the majority are a standard fit?

    What should I be looking for in the descriptions or am I limited to 2 standard taps or the same Victorian upstand traditional type with cranked legs?

    Any help very much appreciated.
     
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    This style, and swing the legs to suit the hole centres.

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  4. beefster

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    Thanks but that's what I want to move away from style wise if at all possible. Kev.
     
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