|Posted by Sarita Eisenstark on November 10, 1998 at 21:19:01:|
I need to install a toilet in a bathroom in a summer house where there's no space in the floor for pipes and so I need a back-outlet type
toilet. The ones I did see in the current American Standard catalog ("Yorkville") and the Kohler catalog ("Barrington" pressure lite) are
adequate, but SO ugly I have an old (1996) Kohler catalog where I saw that Kohler used to make a handsome, wall-hung toilet called "Wellesley", which had a low
tank, but apparently, they've discontinued it. So I have 2 questions:
Is it possible to find older Kohler fixtures still warehoused somewhere ? If I could find the Wellesley toilet, it would be fine.
Is it possible to use the no-tank toilets they use in commercial establishments, or would I need such super-pressure to use them which I
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