Re: Which toilet?
Posted by Dean Smith on September 12, 19100 at 16:01:18:
In response to Re: Which toilet?
: : Terry, Your web site has been an incredible help. We were just going to go the "big store" that has everything and just buy a Kohler. You have saved us from disaster! We have been looking at Toto toilets, but are unsure which one would be the best for us. We are now confused. We live in a 1930's home, and thus have older plumbing. We are unsure of whether we have a 10" or 12" rough-in, and we won't know until we take out the old toilet. We are trying to get the best toilet we can, for the least $$. Any advice would be very helpful!

: The rough-in measurement is taken from the back wall to the hold down bolts on the toilet. Most are in the 12" range, some are 10" or 14"
: If your toilet has two pairs of bolts, concern yourself with the ones closest to the wall. Terry

Although Terry & others tout the one-piece Toto Ultramax, the two-piece Toto Drake is a lot cheaper ($200-ish), and it also uses Toto's best flush system, "G-Max". Both look similar, but the Ultramax IS snazzier. Check out all models at www.totousa.com (get to menu, hit "online Product Catalog", then "Augusta Decorative Collection" and you're there!) Also, several TOTO models are adaptable for several rough-in depths, the website should point them out.



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