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Old 11-14-2012, 07:18 PM   #1
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Would this toilet fit?


I am trying to find a toilet that will fit into my new half bath, and the roughin is to center 10 3/4" from the finished wall in concrete... so it can't be moved any...

would this toilet fit?

http://pdf.lowes.com/dimensionsguide...71128_meas.pdf

or should I just find a 10" rough in toilet and be done with it even though they are more expensive?

that toilet has 10 1/4" to the center and back it seems like it would fit with little back clearance, but not 100% sure

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You could try it-
I read 2 different dimensions on the spec sheet- 10 1/4" & 11"

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maybe i missed something...it a 12" rough in...you need a 10" ben sr
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maybe i missed something...it a 12" rough in...you need a 10" ben sr
Kohler has this wierd habbit of having tons of extra space behind the toilet... we put one in upstairs that was 11" rough in, the toilet had a 12" roughin requirement and there was still over 2" between the wall and the tank back
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Old 11-14-2012, 08:55 PM   #5
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that is the floor foot print tank hangs back the other 3/4 inch on cut sheet but i to think kohler gives a lot of wall space. ounce i thought it was a 10 rough bowl in a 12 inch opening at a house
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