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Old 01-27-2010, 01:37 AM   #1
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Max run for 3" Toilet run to main stack


Can someone tell me what the maximum allowable run length is for a toilet to travel to the main stack in a home? Without adding a vent.

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Max run for 3" Toilet run to main stack


where i live you cant do that nowadays bend, or. But i do know that 6 ft. is the maximum allowable developed length of the trap arm to the toilet vent here in Oregon. If i were you i would call your local jurisdiction to ask them that question about the main stack being used also as the vent.

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Can someone tell me what the maximum allowable run length is for a toilet to travel to the main stack in a home? Without adding a vent.

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You'd have to check your local codes. Here in MA, it's 8 feet between a trap (closet bend in this case) to a vent.

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