Toto Aquia install in remodeled bathroom, 11-1/4" rough in

Discussion in 'Toilet Forum discussions' started by lifespeed, May 15, 2012.

  1. lifespeed

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    I'm in the process of remodeling my bathroom, just about to lay tile over a new floor. For some reason the plumber gave me an 11-1/4" rough in instead of 12". I'm planning on re-using my 5 year old Toto Aquia toilet - the only fixture in the bathroom to survive the remodel.

    Will this work without hitting the wall? I recall the Aquia screws to plastic blocks through the skirts on the sides, and allowed for a small amount of front-to-back adjustment.
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    I made the plumber move the flange to a 12" rough-in. No point tiling and then finding out it won't fit. He made an oval hole in my nice, new 3/4" plywood subfloor. Should have done it correctly the first time. Grrrrr . . .
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