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First time poster- Go figure right?

So I recently purchased my first home that was built in 1963. I removed the toilet and wa-la, no flange to be found. After disconnecting the toilet from the supply line I literally barely rocked it and the bolts just snapped and it came loose. There was just wax from what I could tell. I don't know how it wasn't gushing water...

So, based upon the pictures, what type of flange should I purchase. I tried placing a 4X3 flange from the hardware store in it but it seemed to stick out too far. Am I supposed to place cement between the flange and the hole to make it snug/watertight?

Any advice is appreciated.

http://i1182.photobucket.com/albums/x451/sasquatchexpress11/flange2_zps3da0873e.jpg

http://i1182.photobucket.com/albums/x451/sasquatchexpress11/flange_zps48a4237d.jpg


 
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