Straight into stack?

Discussion in 'Toilet Forum discussions' started by precision80, Oct 29, 2006.

  1. precision80

    precision80 New Member

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    I just moved into a new apartment in new york city and im trying to redo my bathroom. I was told i can only replace the toilet with a few choices because unlike most toilets, this one plugs directly into the stack of the building (as opposed to what i dont know) or something like this. Has anybody heard of this type of hookup situation? If so am i really that limited with a replacement? Thanks.

    Edit- from reading in this forum i think i have a rear discharge toilet? Does this sound right?
     
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  2. jimbo

    jimbo Plumber

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    Sounds like you have a floor mounted rear discharge toilet. They are available....American Standard Yorkville comes to mind. Your choices will be somewhat limited, and the are pricey.
     
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  4. precision80

    precision80 New Member

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    yup, ive been readding and it seems that there are very few choices for these. Do you know of any that are the most "modern" looking of them? The only ones i have found are the gerber and yorkville and both are quite big and ugly(in my opinion.) Im looking for a toto look.
     
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