American Standard COLONYâ„¢ FitRightâ„¢ ROUND FRONT 10" ROUGH-IN TOILET

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  1. roslyn

    roslyn New Member

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  2. Gary Swart

    Gary Swart In the Trades

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    I am not familiar with this model either, but American Standard toilets have a very high return due to manufacturing defects. If you go for any AS, take it out of the box and inspect it very carefully. Make certain it sets level and in full contact with the floor. Look for patched holes or other blemishes. This may be a builder grade which is a cheap model that builders buy to install in their spec houses so they can keep the home priced as low as possible and their profit margin up. These toilets are frequently replaced by the homeowners shortly after the sale. Most of us on this forum prefer the Toto line. Round fronts are not very popular now days, but there are some.
     
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  4. Basement_Lurker

    Basement_Lurker One who lurks

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    The colony suite is American Standard's low end products so don't expect anything great. Are you sure you have a 10" rough-in?
     
  5. Terry

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    On a 12" rough-in, it would be 26.5" from the wall with about 2.5" behind the tank.
     
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