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Old 11-08-2012, 10:43 PM   #1
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My question is...is it OK to rough in the water supply to the toilet on the right side , to hide it in the corner of the bathroom even though the hook up is on the left side?

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My question is...is it OK to rough in the water supply to the toilet on the right side , to hide it in the corner of the bathroom even though the hook up is on the left side?
why would you want too....its normal to see valve and supply.....even in 300-400,000 homes..ben

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And then what, have a 3' supply line showing?
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OK I get the point... I just thought that maybe the supply valve might be more ugly to see.
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Thanks...Sometimes I try to complicate things.
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OK I get the point... I just thought that maybe the supply valve might be more ugly to see.
Put the magazine rack in front of it
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LOL... I here you.
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LOL... I here you.
make it gold plated..then it looks like your richben

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