|Posted by hj on May 29, 2002 at 23:40:11:|
|In response to Re: Replacing Cast Iron Toilet Flange|
Of all the ways to replace a flange, that would be about the last one I would attempt. It is not that big a deal to install a new cast-iron flange. You would probably need to have a plumber cut off the cast iron, and he could install a flange faster.
: I am replace a toilet in my 1962 house. The seal (lead and oakum?) between the cast iron flange and the cast iron soil pipe was completely shot and when I lifted up the toilet, the flange came with it.
: My current plan is to cut off a vertical section of the cast iron soil pipe and replace it with ABS attached with a fernco boot. This will let me attach a brand new ABS flange.
: My questions:
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