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Old 11-29-2005, 12:13 AM   #1
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toilet rough-in problem

I'm remodeling a very old and small bathroom. I need a toilet with a 10" rough-in that is no more than 25 1/2" long. I wanted to use Kohler's Rialto but it has a 12" rough-in. Is there any type of adapter that can be used? I saw something by Toto (Unifit adapter) that I guess only works with their own toilets and they're all too long. Anyone have any suggestions?


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Old 12-31-2005, 05:37 PM   #2
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Hey first post here. Trying to post reply, hope it lands in right place. As for the rough in problem, well the news is mostly good. Maybe depending on the rules where you live. The rough in should not be a problem, what I would do is go to and post their. You will get more info than you could need. Its a great site and hope to see you there


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