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Old 03-31-2009, 10:49 PM   #1
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Anyone want to do a toilet swap? (Oregon/Wa)

Hey, just got done plumbing in the new closet flange to relocate my toilet in the bathroom (Its now happily flush with the back wall of the bathroom and I can at last sit on the throne ). Using the shortest amount of pipe in the process to achieve the 3" relocation of my closet flange I wound up adding 6 1/2" of height.

The problem is, last year I bought a brand new Aqua Magic 5 foot flush to replace the failing Flush Queen that came with the camper (did this before I discovered I could relocate the flange).

The new jon is the 18" model, which would be fine if my can was still at floor level, but on the new platform that houses the pipe, its like sitting on one of those raised handi-capped toilets you run into in public restrooms from time to time.

I can get on it just fine, but Dawn, my wife-to-be, is considerably shorter than I am and would find herself with her feet dangling in the air.

I priced out buying yet another toilet, but the darned things are around $140.

So, I was hoping someone here might be wanting a taller jon for their bathroom that has either an Aqua Magic 5, or 4 low-profile.

I'll be happy to come out and perform all the dirty work of swapping out the jons if anyone would like to trade.

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Old 04-01-2009, 09:53 PM   #2
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I have a similar problem replaced the toilet and got the taller one it was on sale now I need to get the regular one I just cant get used to my feet hanging in the air so I too have a almost new toilet to get rid of
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