|Posted by Lisa on June 29, 2004 at 14:25:43:|
|In response to Re: replacing a toilet - determining rough in size|
Thank you!!! Ii measured and they are all 12" - yippee! I never thought I'd be so excited about ordering new toilets!
: : By definition, the rough-in dimension is the distance from the FINISHED wall surface (not including any base moulding) to the center of the drain pipe, which you can measure from the wall to the bolts which hold the toilet to the floor. If on an old toilet you have two bolts on each side, measure to the bolt closer to the wall. The standard roughs today are 12" ( almost all), also 10" and 14". Toto has an adapter availble to accomodate if necessary.
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