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    Thanks for the heads-up on both items. I've...

    Thanks for the heads-up on both items. I've actually found myself looking for the older guys at the home improvement stores, because I'm hoping that they're there because they've retired from "active...
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    wjcandee, I ended up not doing anything...

    wjcandee,

    I ended up not doing anything additional to attach the flange to the floor. I was thinking I might have needed to fill in the gaps with concrete or some sort of quick-hardening foam, but...
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    Smooky, Thanks for your reply! It turns out...

    Smooky,

    Thanks for your reply! It turns out that I didn't need to make any more room outside of the flange after all. However, I had bought an internal pipe cutter drill bit when I started this...
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    Question on setting the new offset flange

    Okay, time for an update and a question on how to proceed.

    It's taken a little while (and admittedly, I haven't been able to devote a lot of time to it until this week), but I have finally removed...
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    Firstly, thanks to all of you for your responses!...

    Firstly, thanks to all of you for your responses! I appreciate the insight. It seems the consensus is that the best thing to do is to replace the flange with a new offset flange (as pictured in...
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    Damaged oval offset flange

    Let me preface this by stating that this is my first toilet replacement, so please forgive me if I'm unclear or skip some important details. :)

    About a year ago, our toilet in the kids' bathroom...
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