Main stack and bathroom advice

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I change out a section of rusted pipe. I’m here looking to make sure I’m doing ok with this. I have a 4” main stack. Stack is secured above with a clamp. I used an upside down san tee for the sink vent at 42” sloped back to the sink at 1/4” per foot. Sink drain with a 45 degree to wye. The toilet drain is a 4” flange to 4x3 closet bend connected to the stack with a San tee. Since it’s a small bathroom, can I use an 11” rough in for the toilet if I do a proper measurement and make sure it’ll fit?
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It’s just a dry fit now. I wanted confirmation that it looks good before I glue anything. And what about the toilet? Is it ok to use less than 12” rough in to save an inch of space?
 

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Is it possible to put in a Geberit or concealed tank to save space? I can see the outflow going down to the drain but I wouldn’t know what to do with the vent. That vent would be in the way.
 

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I glued the trap adapter directly to the san tee. Did I mess up? Should I cut out the san tee and try again? Or am I ok with the slip joint being just slightly recessed in the wall?
 

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I glued the trap adapter directly to the san tee. Did I mess up? Should I cut out the san tee and try again? Or am I ok with the slip joint being just slightly recessed in the wall?
Should be fine, as long as you can tighten or loosen the nut. How recessed are you talking?

If you find the gap around the nut objectionable, you will be able to find an escutcheon to cover the gap. I am not a pro.
 
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