Anybody have ideas for this dilemma?

Discussion in 'Toilet Forum discussions' started by ParkerK, May 25, 2006.

  1. ParkerK

    ParkerK New Member

    May 24, 2006
    A couple years ago, after reviewing the information on Terry's site, I replaced one of our toilets with a Toto Drake. It has been perfect. Now I'm doing the other bathroom, which is itty-bitty. Because the bathroom is so small, we definitely want a round bowl. Hopefully, we can stay within 26-1/2" front-to-back of the old toilet (not low-flow, which is why it's being replaced). There's a catch - we need a high (at least 16 inch) toilet.

    I would love to get another Drake, which comes in a round bowl and also in ADA height, but you can't get both of those together. As far as I've been able to find, Toto doesn't seem to make any toilets that combine the G-MAX flushing system with the round bowl and the height we need. The Dalton is the right size, but has a Gravity Jet flush.

    The toilet our Drake replaced was an early low-flow model, and I taped it shut during parties. It was worse than horrible. Maybe I'm unnecessarily fearful that something other than a Drake will put us back in that position, but I really, really want something that flushes well.

    So that's my dilemma. Does anybody have any ideas?
  2. Terry

    Terry Administrator Staff Member

    Aug 17, 2004
    Bothell, Washington
    The Dalton CST733F Round front works very well.

    It's 26.125" front to back and has a bowl height of 16.125"
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