The outlet of the toilet is 2" dropping into a 4" pipe.
It won't make a bit of difference. Glue up!
In the process of taking out a 4" all plastic PVC toilet flange for the first time I left a few cut marks on the inside of the pipe from the saw I used to cut the "quarters." I should have cut less. Taking it out with a chisel was not a problem so there was really not a reason to cut more vs. less. Oh well, I will know better for the next toilet... The cuts are about 2" to 3" down and maybe 1/32" deep.
Anyhow, is this an issue if I prime and glue a new inside flange?
Should I just use an outside 4" flange to remove any doubt? I have enough space around the pipe.
**** sigh of relief ***
Thanks a million...
I got paranoid from all the DIY videos that showed how to take the flange out which really emphasized not touching the pipe. Probably still a good idea / best practice but like you say don't compromise anything if the pipes has some cut marks on it.