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Kohler K-GP85160 (BLUE PART GP85160 FLAPPER WITH FLOAT)

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Protect the Kohler products, always look for the Kohler GENUINE Parts logo. Kohler GENUINE Parts are designed by Kohler engineers to maintain original product performance and promote product longevity.

Features:

  • Kohler GENUINE Part
  • 2" flapper with a float used in various 1.6 GPF two-piece toilets
  • Also used in KALLISTA toilets

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always look for the KOHLER GENUINE PARTS logo. KOHLER GENUINE PARTS are designed by KOHLER engineers to maintain original product performance and promote product longevity.

From the Manufacturer

Protect the warranty on KOHLER products, always look for the KOHLER GENUINE PARTS logo. KOHLER GENUINE PARTS are designed by KOHLER engineers to maintain original product performance and promote product longevity.

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  • ASIN: B001GZZY72
  • Customer Reviews: 4.6 out of 5 stars 2,170Reviews
  • Best Sellers Rank:
    #2,499 in Tools & Home Improvement (See Top 100 in Tools & Home Improvement)
    #6 in Toilet Flappers
    #307 in Kitchen & Bath Fixtures
  • Date First Available: December 24, 2008
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Q: Does this work with a K4620 toilet

A: my toilet is a K4620 and it works great... In doing my research, this was the flapper valv…

John A. | 4 years ago

Q: If I may please ask, people speak of a number etched into the lid. I see letters and numb…

A: On the inside of the lid is a paper attached to the top that is covered in plastic. On the…

wbjudge | 8 years ago

Q: I have this flapper already in my toilet. There is a ghost or phantom mini flush every 10 …

A: Yes that is when they are replaced. Buy the authentic Kohler flapper valve. I tried HDepo…

Amazon Customer | 1 year ago

Q: I got one just like this locally and the chain has broken twice. Anyone have problem with …

A: I''ve had it for about 5 months and the chain has never broken. You may want to check the …

Jayep | 4 years ago

Customer reviews

4.6 out of 54.6 out of 5
2,170 global ratings

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Heli Chief
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Fixed 3 of my kohler toilets for slow leaks from the flapper. Worked perfectly!
Reviewed in the United States on September 17, 2016
Size: 2 In.
Fixed 3 of my kohler toilets for slow leaks from the flapper. Worked perfectly! Here''s how I installed them: 1. Pull lid and shut off water. 2. Flush all water from the tank 3. Remove old flapper, chain and float and set aside 4.... See more
Fixed 3 of my kohler toilets for slow leaks from the flapper. Worked perfectly!

Here''s how I installed them:

1. Pull lid and shut off water.
2. Flush all water from the tank
3. Remove old flapper, chain and float and set aside
4. Install new flapper on bottom
5. adjust flat to match old position by puling the black disks horizontally from the chain
5. Trim top of chain to remove any slop from the handle, a 1/4" or slight wiggle is fine. Chain shouldn''t have tension on it.
6. Fill with water and test flush. Fine tune chain or float if required. I had to do 3 more adjustments for perfect flush every time.
NOTE: The float towards the bottom of the chain means more water per flush and higher is less. (my floats were 4-6 beads from bottom)

Thats it!
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Vipul
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Works on Kohler 4620-DA
Reviewed in the United States on October 30, 2018
Size: 2 In.
I have one of the discontinued model from Kohler (4620-DA) and when the toilet started running a leak, I had to change the flapper. There are generic 2" ones with high ratings, but I wanted to play it safe and go with genuine part. This one is tagged and sold as... See more
I have one of the discontinued model from Kohler (4620-DA) and when the toilet started running a leak, I had to change the flapper.

There are generic 2" ones with high ratings, but I wanted to play it safe and go with genuine part. This one is tagged and sold as the genuine part from manufacturer and not even available on their website.

Package arrived in time. The included chain is longer than you will need. I wonder what model fits that long a chain. Be ready with a wire cutter or pliers to shorten it.

Installation was easy- stop water flow --> flush --> remove old flapper --> cut chain and set float to same length as existing flapper (very important step) --> put new flapper in --> test flush.

Was done installing and leak stopped in under 5 minutes. Worth ordering spares and stocking in case they stop carrying it.
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maddriver
1.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Didn''t last long
Reviewed in the United States on June 6, 2020
Size: 2 In.
After one year it started to leak again. I replaced with a thicker, better quality rubber one from Korky that turned out to be produced in a Burlington, WI factory that my father worked at in college in the 1970s. There were also huge issues with delivery. For... See more
After one year it started to leak again. I replaced with a thicker, better quality rubber one from Korky that turned out to be produced in a Burlington, WI factory that my father worked at in college in the 1970s.

There were also huge issues with delivery. For some reason the seller sent it via FedEx and required a signature from me to drop it off. This resulted in several calls to FedEx to instruct the driver to just put it in my mailbox that were ignored and caused me to wait an extra three days to receive and get installed in my toilet. Meanwhile I had to turn the water on and off manually every time I went to the bathroom.

Just get a Korky flapper for $8 at Walmart or Home Depot, you will be better off.
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Louisa Filomarino Cauvin
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Great and worthwhile concept, tricky and time consuming to install.
Reviewed in the United States on October 26, 2015
Size: 2 In.
The flapper part of the Kohler GP85160 seems to last several years before it stops conforming to the hole it is supposed to securely plug. When it first needed replacement (we have 4 toilets), it was done by my usual plumber. He replaced the flapper with a non-Kohler... See more
The flapper part of the Kohler GP85160 seems to last several years before it stops conforming to the hole it is supposed to securely plug. When it first needed replacement (we have 4 toilets), it was done by my usual plumber. He replaced the flapper with a non-Kohler model that lacked the float. I noticed that the toilet flushed differently--when flushed, all the water in the tank came out. With the float, you can adjust how much water comes out when you flush. If you flush quickly, a small amount of water is used. If you hold down the flush lever, depending on how long you hold it down, more water will be used, and if you hold it down long enough the entire tankful of water will empty. In the picture you notice there is a length of chain on either side of the pale blue float. Depending on how much water you want to release with a quick flush, you adjust the length of the chain on either side of the pale blue float. If you have only a short section of chain between the flapper and the float, a lot of water will be released with a quick flush. If you have a long section of chain between the flapper and the float, less water will be released with a quick flush. If you need a better flush, just hold down the lever until you see the desired results in the bowl. It is tricky and time-consuming to adjust the chain to the correct length on either side. If the overall length of the chain is too long, the flush lever will be loose. If the overall length of the chain is too short, the flapper will not seal properly. Once you have adjusted the chains to your liking, the next time you need to replace the flapper, you can reuse the pale blue float and its chains, because it''s the flapper that deteriorates.
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David White
1.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Worse than the old, original flapper. Leaks over twice as fast.
Reviewed in the United States on April 20, 2017
Size: 2 In.
Hard to believe but the new one leaks even faster than the old one. It shouldn''t leak at all. This is the model specified on the sticker under the tank lid on my toilet. Confirmed this in email with Kohler. This is dark blue and very flexible rubber compared to a light blue... See more
Hard to believe but the new one leaks even faster than the old one. It shouldn''t leak at all. This is the model specified on the sticker under the tank lid on my toilet. Confirmed this in email with Kohler. This is dark blue and very flexible rubber compared to a light blue somewhat rigid rubber on the old one. This is also a bit larger in overall diameter and the length of the pivot arm is slightly longer than the original. Seemed like both of these differences should make it work better. But it does not. At first I thought that the issue was that the unit I received was in a package that was somewhat crushed/crumpled causing it to not lie completely flat. But out of the package for several days and it flattened out. So I don''t think that is it. I am very disappointed. I have checked for all other possible causes including letting the tank slowly empty via the leak until it stopped. It stopped just below the lowest edge of the flapper. So this is not due to a bad gasket between the flush valve assembly and the ceramic. Not sure what I will do next. Try to return it, I guess, and use some other brand. Sheesh! Edit: bought and installed a Fluidmaster adjustable flapper with rigid frame. Worked first time and no leakage at all. I will avoid any highly flexible flapper like this Kohler in the future.
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TheaterPopcorn
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
I''ve tried countless others, but always come back to OEM Kohler!
Reviewed in the United States on April 27, 2018
Size: 2 In.
We have four Kohler toilets in our house, all identical elongated. We use a mild chemical bowl cleaner (a Kaboom Scrub Free! Toilet Cleaning System and refill it with Leisure Time 45425 Brominating Tablets, 1-1/2-Pound for hot tubs... See more
We have four Kohler toilets in our house, all identical elongated. We use a mild chemical bowl cleaner (a Kaboom Scrub Free! Toilet Cleaning System and refill it with Leisure Time 45425 Brominating Tablets, 1-1/2-Pound for hot tubs and spas, and over the course of a few years, this begins to warp at the rim of the flapper. I''ve tried every brand of flapper imaginable when replacing them, but I always come back to OEM Kohler. They''re so good, I buy 6 at a time to keep on hand because every 6mos or so, I need to replace one (on one of four toilets) and when your toilet starts to run in the middle of the night, who wants to wait several days for Amazon to deliver a replacement?

When you replace yours, MAKE SURE YOU KEEP THE OLD ONE. You''ll want to ensure the new chain is the exact length of the one you''re replacing and that the foam float is in the exact position as the old. To do that, I actually count the little beads on the chain between the flapper and float, and again between the float and the hook. I make the necessary adjustments, then use wire or side cutters to shorten the overall length of the chain. In the past, when I''ve NOT done this, it''s only caused headaches. When I make the replacement look exactly like the one that came with the original toilet 15 years ago, I''m a happy camper.
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SuzieQ
1.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Fine for plumbers, but not me
Reviewed in the United States on October 11, 2020
Size: 2 In.
This thing has taken me way over an hour to try to figure out, and it''s still not right. First, I suggest you google it or read suggestions here; I tried going by the directions it came with, which was a mistake (The directions did not say how to shorten a chain with no... See more
This thing has taken me way over an hour to try to figure out, and it''s still not right. First, I suggest you google it or read suggestions here; I tried going by the directions it came with, which was a mistake (The directions did not say how to shorten a chain with no links; had to go to online reviews for that.). So, I learned online that you''re supposed to move the clasp up and down and adjust the chain like that. OK - got it, sort of. Now you have to learn how to adjust the floater. The black disks do come off - but not so easily as others have said - but now, no matter how long/short the chain, how far up or down I put the floater, my toilet only flushes about 1/2 of a second and the flap closes back up.
I''ve changed regular flappers before - no problem. Not a fan of this one.
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DawnHawk
3.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Does the job but takes time to install--works for Kohler Wellworth toilet
Reviewed in the United States on September 28, 2019
Size: 2 In.
The original flapper had gotten hard and maybe even shrunk a bit so it was constantly leaking slightly after about 14 years. This is very pliable and larger diameter than the old one (good). It is however hard to install and the directions are inadequate. They tell you to... See more
The original flapper had gotten hard and maybe even shrunk a bit so it was constantly leaking slightly after about 14 years. This is very pliable and larger diameter than the old one (good). It is however hard to install and the directions are inadequate. They tell you to shorten the chain to match the old one. This is necessary but pretty difficult to do. The fastener at the top is very stiff and hard to work. After getting it in place the flushes were very short and maybe only a cup or so instead of 1.5 gallons. It turns out you also have to move the marshmallow like float to match the position of the old one as well. They do tell you how to do this but the directions are confusing and even inaccurate. I think they got up and down confused. You have to get some duckbill pliers and slide off the plastic disks on the top and bottom of the float and then slide them back at the proper link. Not as difficult as shortening the chain, but you may have to do it several times to get the volume of the flush right. It would help to start by positioning the float the same as the previous one, but they tell you to do it by trial and error instead after it has been installed. The factory setting is way off. You pretty much have to take the whole thing out for each adjustment. I do like that is has a bead chain which will not tangle and shorten like a link chain. I''ve done many of these over the years as a handyman, and this was by far the most difficult. It is probably because of the requirement for these newer toilets to have an accurate flush volume to meet regulations. I''m not sure how well this will hold up. The flapper seems pretty flimsy. I tried to find a Korky brand flapper for this toilet but couldn''t. I''ve had good luck with that brand.
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DeanEdmonton
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Simple clip in replacement
Reviewed in Canada on June 27, 2021
My toilet is old enough that it had the red version of this flapper. This was a simple clip in replacement. Took maybe ten minutes, including shortening the chain a little. Completely cured the slow leak that caused the tank to partially fill agaiin every couple of hours...See more
My toilet is old enough that it had the red version of this flapper. This was a simple clip in replacement. Took maybe ten minutes, including shortening the chain a little. Completely cured the slow leak that caused the tank to partially fill agaiin every couple of hours once the tank level had dropped enough to activate..
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mike g
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Fixed runny toilet
Reviewed in Canada on May 21, 2020
My toilet was slowly leaking from tank to bowl. The old flapper looked fine, but I bought this one to try. It''s sealed tight now, not a drop gets through. For my low-flow toilet (6 l/flush) I had to move the float all the way to the bottom (just above the flapper) to get...See more
My toilet was slowly leaking from tank to bowl. The old flapper looked fine, but I bought this one to try. It''s sealed tight now, not a drop gets through. For my low-flow toilet (6 l/flush) I had to move the float all the way to the bottom (just above the flapper) to get enough flush to move the goods.
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Ron Swanson
1.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Disappointed
Reviewed in Canada on November 3, 2017
Purchased this one to replace a universal flapper that had started to leak after 6 years (no complaints with that). This one leaked immediately after being installed. The foam float is also annoying to pick the right position in particular since the flapper it was replacing...See more
Purchased this one to replace a universal flapper that had started to leak after 6 years (no complaints with that). This one leaked immediately after being installed. The foam float is also annoying to pick the right position in particular since the flapper it was replacing didn''t have a float
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CWRB
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Easy to install and works perfectly
Reviewed in Canada on June 18, 2021
It seems these stoppers eventually get hardened and then leak (took 8 years). Very easy to install.
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A. Doss
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Flapper replacement
Reviewed in Canada on July 30, 2021
We had a problem with the Kohler toilet when the tank started leaking into bowl after 10 years of purchase. We replaced the flapper with generic ones such as fluid master, twice within a few months with no improvement.Issue resolved on using this Kohler flapper appropriate...See more
We had a problem with the Kohler toilet when the tank started leaking into bowl after 10 years of purchase. We replaced the flapper with generic ones such as fluid master, twice within a few months with no improvement.Issue resolved on using this Kohler flapper appropriate to this toilet model.
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