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    Default Toilet for 10" rough-in but with requirements!

    I am tiling a friends bathroom and I think she has a 10" rough-in. I have not measured it exactly yet,but I think that is what she has.
    She wants:

    round bowl
    ADA compliant
    normal install (no skirt)
    Toto if she can.

    I have never installed the Uni-fit feature so advice is welcome re:that.
    Water supply is,I am assuming,6" from center of waste pipe.Again,I have to double check.

    Any toilets fit the above requirements?
    Thanks in advance.

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    You may find a comfort height round toilet, but will find more elongated, as it takes elongated to be ADA. The unifit adapter only works on a select few toilets, and all of them are skirted, so it sounds like you don't have to worry about that. The Drake II is now available in a 10" rough-in, and I'd look over that on the www.totousa.com website to see if it meets her requirements. the Drake is a fine toilet - I put two in at my mother's house.
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    Will do. Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jadnashua View Post
    The Drake II is now available in a 10" rough-in, and I'd look over that on the www.totousa.com website to see if it meets her requirements. the Drake is a fine toilet - I put two in at my mother's house.
    The Drake II is not available in a 10" rough-in, the Drake is and it's only elongated.

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    The Aquia comes in a 10" rough.
    I just picked up four of them for stock.

    Or the 10" Drake, CST744EF.10

    Both of these are elongated with the Universal height bowls.

    Last edited by Terry; 03-12-2012 at 12:39 PM.

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    I didn't realize the 10" Drake was Universal height, thanks (learn something new everyday).

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