Urinal rough in and drain connection "Spud Flange"
So I find this add on Craigslist and I was thinking of hanging it in the garage. Where can I find one of these flanges on my own as I am curious as to how much he is asking. I haven't heard back from him yet.
"I have a kohler white urinal that is in pretty good shape, along with a sloan chrome 3/4" flushometer valve. The valve alone new would be around $200, plus the cost of the urinal. I am asking $75 for both. All you would need is the eared flange for the drain connection, which I can get for you."
You can get them from a plumbing supply house or I could get one off my truck The brass ones are 2" FIP so you need a 2" drain and a short galv. nipple to set the flange. Or you can get them in plastic also so it will glue onto the pipe- still need a 2" drain. I don't think the plastic ones are quit as common. You'll also need a urinal gasket