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    Default Best ADA toilet needed in home

    This is a great forum. Been researching for the best working elongated toilet with extra heighth for hubby as arthritis causes difficulty setting down & getting up. From researching this most informative website, the Toto Drake & Ultramax fit the need. Is there anything new on the horizon for consideration? We're having anxieties about removing old, out-lawed, toilets as they work so well [one flush/no clogging]. All comments are greatly appreciated. Thanks! Granny

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    Customer Service Manager Plumbing Wholesale Peanut9199's Avatar
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    Drake ADA (American Disabilties act) which is the higher bowl part number CST744EL (1.28gpf) or CST744SL (1.6gpf).
    http://www.totousa.com/ProductDetail...a-7657bf22d4a8
    Ultramax ADA part number MS854114EL (1.28gpf) or MS854114SL (1.6gpf).
    http://www.totousa.com/ProductDetail...6-97f0bacb8a4e

    You can also look at the Gwyneth (new name Eco Ultramax II) MS604114CEFG which has Double Cyclone flush which is good for rim bowl rinse, 1.28 gpf, Comfort Height and Sanagloss finish for clean up.
    http://www.totousa.com/ProductDetail...4-0d2b822b3993

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    The good news is, you can't make a mistake as long as you stay with Toto. They're all good performers.

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