|Posted by Philip B. Wood on October 29, 1998 at 18:40:14:|
I am replacing a toilet in my basement. The original
was against the outside block wall. I have adde insulation
,framing and drywall. I need to move the toilet out farther from the wall.
The floor of course is concrete. The sewer line is clay tile. I was told by
someone that there is a builders toilet that has a shorter distance
from the center of the drain to the wall. Does anyone
know if this is true, what that distance is and
where one can be found.
I have an air hammer and am prepared to tear up the
floor and redone the line but if this can be avoided
It would make things much eaiser.