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Old 03-28-2011, 08:02 AM   #31
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I just measured the flapper opening on my 90's Kohler. It is only 2". I guess just about any 3" toilet will be a massive upgrade.

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I was having a bad time with a very old toilet. The plumber that came out to unclog it told me the toilet was old and needed to be replaced. After some internet searches for the best non clog toilet, I went with a Toto ultramax. The cost was around $400.00. This toilet DOES NOT CLOG. Best replacement ever. Very quiet flushing,low water usage, and no clogs. For what it cost to have a plumber come out, this thing paid for itself very quickly.
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had one person who needed a 6"pipe and 5 gal bucket...STILL HAD TROUBLE...
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Old 02-25-2012, 05:01 PM   #34
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The Toto is great and works well and not noisy based on my limited exposure. I used one in China that in addition to the remote, there was an automatic opener/closer. It also had a stereo system that came on when entered unless you canceled off ($7000 in china because they bought it in Japan). Along side (separated by a partial height glass block wall), was a bidet and then a traditional "bombsight" toilet with a pitcher of water next to the footprints painted on.

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. People in her family take very large dumps and the toilets clog every single time.
A well deserved bump for big dumps.
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All good toilets...
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All good toilets...
go to heaven?
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3-4 yr old post...
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Duh, that's why it's a bump for a big dump.

You do know what a bump is?

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