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kdt
08-10-2005, 05:37 PM
We were looking in a Toto catalog and it appears that the Utramax with Sanagloss is only available in white. Is this indeed true, or were we looking at an outdated catalog?

Terry
08-10-2005, 09:37 PM
The MS854114SG-01 is a Sanagloss version of the Ultramax in Cotton White.
They don't make the Sanagloss version in bone, just the MS854114S-03 with standard glazing.


If you are looking for bone, you may try the MS874114SG-01 Carlyle in Bone.

kdt
08-11-2005, 05:20 AM
thanks for the info...

Watergate
11-02-2005, 10:10 PM
I wrote to Toto about getting the Ultramax with Sanagloss in a color other than cotton white. Six weeks later I received a reply. They said to get it in another color would require a minimum order of 100 units.

Perhaps we could get enough people on this forum to order a custom batch. If you are interested in getting a Toto Ultramax (http://www.totousa.com/productpage.asp?PID=717) in Bone or Sedona Beige color, send me an email stating how many you would want to purchase, and what color (Bone, Sedona Beige, Prefer Bone but either, Prefer Sedona Beige but either). If it looks like we can get at least 100 orders, I'll contact a wholesaler and see what price we can get. This is not a business for me. I just want a G-Max flushing toilet with Sanagloss, and the cotton white is just too bright. Since I don't want to replumb, I can't use the Carlyle or Vespin toilets.

Dan

Terry
11-02-2005, 10:49 PM
I don't know why you say replumb, unless your water supply is closer than 7" to the center.

I install quite a few Carlyle toilets using the standard 12" rough-in that it comes with.

If the water supply is too close, it's an easy fix.

Watergate
11-03-2005, 11:26 PM
Yes, I meant that the water supply is less than 7" from the center. You say it's an easy fix? I thought it would require cutting out a piece of wallboard, move some pipes, then repair the wallboard and repaint. Not a major repair, but still a hassle. Is there an easier way?

I haven't wanted to take the time to do it myself, and so far I've had problems finding a plumber that will actually come out to my house in Gig Harbor to give an estimate on some plumbing for a kitchen remodel.

Dan

Terry
11-03-2005, 11:32 PM
http://www.terrylove.com/images/dahl_stop.jpg

Outside of the wall, you can add a shutoff by Dahl that angles over.

Or if you don't have the stop, you can pull off the existing stop, solder on a 90 el and a 2" section of copper and install the stop there.

I think I installed a Toto Carlyle in Gig Harbor earlier this Summer.
Yesterday I was on Bainbridge Island.