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Old 08-28-2012, 06:44 PM   #1
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Hey guys. I was pricing toliets today and I saw one that uses 1.28 gallons vs the standard 1.6. To me this seems like a very small saving, but im no expert. Any of you have any luck with them?
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Hey guys. I was pricing toliets today and I saw one that uses 1.28 gallons vs the standard 1.6. To me this seems like a very small saving, but im no expert. Any of you have any luck with them?
Some are really good - some not. But it's the direction they're heading
do a google search for reviews on the model you're looking at
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can i post you the link to the one im thinking abotu getting and you give me your opinion? its a lowes toliet
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I personally am a fan of old toilets that use lots of water,they dont clog!
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while that may be true, i live in a town that charges exorbitant rates for water usage. i pay more than my aunt who lived in a richy gated community
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