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Ballcocks  (also known as Fill valves)

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Professional Grade Fluidmaster 400A Ballcock
The nice thing about these ballcocks is the brass shank extending down through the tank.  On hightanks, this eliminates the unsightly plastic shank extending below the tank.  Valve supplied with plastic nuts. Metal nuts in Chrome, brass and nickel sold separately below.  These are the best on the market!
05-PRO45P ballcock, brass colored shank (pictured) plastic nuts 32.00 addtocartmini
05-PRO45SP Ballcock, silver colored shank (not pictured), plastic nuts 42.00 addtocartmini

Standard Grade Fluidmaster 400A Ballcock
This ballcock is commonly used by most manufacturers.  Supplied with plastic nuts. Metal nuts in chrome, brass and nickel sold separately below.  Also, this ballcock replaces the Ifo ballcocks in the Aqua and Cascade toilets.  It doesn’t look anything like the Ifo valve, but it works the same.
05-400AP Plastic ballcock w/ plastic nuts 14.95  addtocartmini

05-400A1
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Old-Style All Brass Ballcock
This is the fill valve one would have found supplied in almost every bottom-fill toilet tank made from the 1920’s up to the 1960’s.  Yes, they’re still around for the purist that doesn’t like plastic parts.  Supplied with raw (unpolished) nuts, Chrome, brass and nickel nuts sold separately below
94-565 Brass Ballcock w/ unfinished nuts 75.00
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Rear-Inlet (Curtin Rotary) Ballcock
This Ballcock is used in toilets where the water feeds into the tank right through the back of the tank.  Popular during the mid to late 1920’s through the mid 1930’s.  Inlet of ballcock is 3/8” pipe.  There were several varieties of these, this one is the only currently being reproduced.  Rebuild parts are available, see bottom of this webpage
47-CT120 Rotary Ballcock 155.00 addtocartmini

47-CT120 new
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Side fill (or over-the-top) Ballcock
This duplicates one of the earliest forms of fill valves.  These were used in early hightanks dating back to the turn of the 20th century where the fill valve mounted through the side of the tank.  Note, these have no provision for bowl refill. Finished nuts not available
75-R700 Ballcock 59.00 addtocartmini

Copper Float Ball
1/4-20 female thread, used in most early fill valve applications.  Replace your leaky one today!
05-1833 Float ball 12.00 addtocartmini

05-1833 ball
94-778 locknut

7/8” Ballcock Locknut
Dress up the bottom of your tank.  4 finishes available.
94-778C Chrome 12.00 addtocartmini
94-778B Uncoated Brass 17.00 addtocartmini
94-778L Coated Brass 20.00 addtocartmini
94-778N Nickel 12.00 addtocartmini

7/8” Ballcock Slip-Joint nut
Replace the plastic one today!  4 finishes available.
94-779C Chrome 12.00 addtocartmini
94-779B Uncoated Brass 17.00 addtocartmini
94-779L Coated Brass 20.00 addtocartmini
94-779N Nickel 12.00 addtocartmini

94-779 slip joint nut

Oddball Application Ballcock

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Fluidmaster Reduced Shank 400A ballcock
THIS IS NOT A “NORMAL” FILL VALVE FOR A TOILET!
The inlet on this 400A ballcock is 1/2” IPS, not the standard ballcock size, 7/8” ballcock.  Also, this valve does not have an outlet for bowl refill.  Intended for European applications, this valve does come in handy in applications where a “normal” fill valve is too big to go through the hole in the tank.  We use them in antique wooden hightanks occasionally.  Plastic nuts only.
05-400ARED Reduced shank ballcock 38.00 addtocartmini

Rebuild parts for Curtin Rotary Ballcocks

Please note, these parts fit ONLY Curtin Rotary ballcocks.  There were other brands of rear inlet ballcocks made many years ago.  If your fill valve does not match the photo of our 47-CT120 and does not say “Curtin Rotary” on it, these parts will not work

47-1

Curtin Rotary Shut-off valve assembly, complete.  3/8” pipe inlet and outlet.  Body is solid brass, stem is plastic.
47-1 Curtin shut off valve 39.00 addtocartmini

47-2

Curtin Rotary seat.  This is the part that the plunger will press against when the float ball lifts.  If yours is pitted, this is the replacement
47-2 Curtin Rotary seat 19.00 addtocartmini

47-5

Curtin Rotary Bibb washer.  This is the rubber part that presses against the above seat
47-5 Washer  1.50 addtocartmini

47-6

Curtin Rotary Plunger.  This is the part that is moved by the Float ball.  The above bibb washer is attached to the end by a stainless screw.  This part comes supplied with bibb washer and leather split washer.
47-6 Plunger 38.00 addtocartmini

47-8

Curtin Rotary Leather split seat for the above plunger.  OD is 13/16, ID is slightly under 1/2”. 
47-8 Leather seal 1.00 addtocartmini

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