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Old 12-04-2008, 10:08 AM   #16
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Just guessing but, since the original post was over a year ago and the member has not been here since then, he obviously found a solution or is doing without that toilet.

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Just guessing but, since the original post was over a year ago and the member has not been here since then, he obviously found a solution or is doing without that toilet.

Right...but look at SR996 post #12 from a day or two ago. Merging new with old makes it difficult to follow...
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Yeah, but he realized it and opened a new post for his question. I agree that adding on to an old post is confusing and would have mentioned it to him, except he edited his question and admitted his error.
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SR996 -- your install, is it on an interior or exterior wall?

interior, new construction.


apologies again for screw up about new thread.
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Why not make the wall immediately behind the stool area thinner? I have seen...(not particularly liked) a wall that had a small alcove behind the stool, and about chest high the wall was in plane with the rest of the room. Something like I have in this picture. You may have to get creative with your framing, but you could do it. The wall of the area behind the "stool here" would be the inside of the wall of the room behind the stool. Does that make sense?

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Why not make the wall immediately behind the stool area thinner? I have seen...(not particularly liked) a wall that had a small alcove behind the stool, and about chest high the wall was in plane with the rest of the room. Something like I have in this picture. You may have to get creative with your framing, but you could do it. The wall of the area behind the "stool here" would be the inside of the wall of the room behind the stool. Does that make sense?

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Yes, your post makes sense; except, that because of my screw up, you are answering the original poster's question. I think the others have answered mine: 12 inch, measured from finished wall to center of flange, flange height even with finished floor height.

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Thought you were having the same "type" of issue. Mov'n on now....good luck with your project.

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