Toilet water supply coming up from floor--can Carlyle fit?

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  1. Bosun

    Bosun New Member

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    I have about 7" from center--will I have room? I realize the nice little silver thing that covers the ugly gole in the floor wont fit well, but I might be able to live with that.
     
  2. Bosun

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    OK--we are going to replace the lead pipes and tear up the floor. So--how far away from center should I move the supply line? It will still be coming out of the floor, as this is an outside wall in a very old house.
     
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    I have a Toto drake elongated (14" rough) with only 4" of clearance from bottom ot toilet to wall.
     
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    If you are installing a new floor and shutoff, then 9" or so would be nice.
     
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