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  1. I just wanted to chime in on the AS Champion 4. ...

    I just wanted to chime in on the AS Champion 4. I bought it because the MaP rating by CA (http://www.cuwcc.org/MaPTesting.aspx) rated it very well on flushing capability. Our older 1.6 gpf toilets...
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    Well, I guess secondarily, where can I get...

    Well, I guess secondarily, where can I get non-cedar shims? I've asked at the big box stores, and they had never heard of plastic shims or otherwise for toilets.

    The instructions from American...
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    No tool toilet bolt nuts and cap

    I'm trying to find these toilet nuts that came in an American Standard Champion 4 kit. The new kits have these new bolts and include the soft close seat. Anyway, I want to replace the fastners on...
  4. I agree. I ended up using threaded 1/2" PEX...

    I agree. I ended up using threaded 1/2" PEX adapters, then just running the pex to the valve. No soldering involved. I used teflon tape just because I've never used pipe dope on pressurized lines...
  5. You can't solder anything into the valve...

    You can't solder anything into the valve assembly, they are female threads.




    Thanks. I'll probably just run it in PEX with the brass male thread fittings into the valve and a pex drop elbow...
  6. How to connect a female threaded shower valve

    I've never installed a shower valve, and the instructions are laughable. However, it is a new Moen with female threads for each supply and output. As opposed to brass fittings with male threads,...
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