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    Hi guys. Anyone have experience installing a Toto Eco Supreme? I have a 10 1/2 rough in and wondering if there is enough room with this toilet.
    The Eco Supreme has a 12" rough in. I know there is some room with the Toto's, but is this pushing it?

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    You will need at least 11-1/4" from the wall to the center of the drain for the Eco Supreme.

    The baseboard isn't counted.

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    You might want to check out one of the Toto toilets that use the Unifit adapter. You'd definitely be able to fit one of them and have an excellent toilet as well. FYI, Toto is the only company that has this option. There are some 10" rough-in toilets available, but the selection is limited.

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    Does this unifit adapter come with the Toto toilets that accept it, or is this a separate purchase?

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    Unfortunately, the Unifit only fits 3 models. These toilets require an adapter and do not install like other toilets. These come standard with a 12" adapter. The 10" and 14" adapters cost an additional $50 and there is no credit for the 12". On the positive side, these are very well received toilets and will last for longer than most of us. Once installed, they appear like any other toilet. I should point out that I believe Toto makes a 10" Drake. I know they did at one time. Worth checking on. This would be quite a bit less expensive.
    Last edited by Terry; 10-02-2011 at 10:29 PM.

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    The Unifit adapter fits more than three models, but it only works on those specifically made for it. http://totousa.com/ProductSearchResu...t/Default.aspx
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ezaction View Post
    Hi guys. Anyone have experience installing a Toto Eco Supreme? I have a 10 1/2 rough in and wondering if there is enough room with this toilet.
    The Eco Supreme has a 12" rough in. I know there is some room with the Toto's, but is this pushing it?

    Thanks,
    Ez

    You could always install a 10" rough in Drake. That is what I did and i have been very happy with it.
    CST744SF.10. (1.6 gal )
    CST744EF.10. (1.28 gal)


    It comes in either 1.6 gal or 1.28 gal version.

    Jerry
    Last edited by Terry; 10-04-2011 at 09:29 AM.
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