|Posted by lacraft on December 04, 1999 at 22:52:40:|
|In response to Re: smallest toilet on market?|
Many toilet models come in both "round" and "oval" style bowls. Make sure you are looking at the round style as the oval style will add a few inches to the front of the toilet. I recently replaced a 1958 Briggs Case which sat immedeately inside the bathroom door, with a round style American Standard 1.6gpf. The dimensions fit perfectly. An oval style of the same model was available but would have been a "knee hazard"
: I need to remove my old toilet (non-1.6) & replace with a new one but do not have space in this old, tiny 1/2-bath for the extra 2-3" of front-to-back length of most new toilets. What manufacturer makes "shorter" toilets? I would like it to be a two-piece toilet as its an old house. Thanks.
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