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Kohler 2-Piece Cimarron 1.28 GPF Single Flush Toilet: Elongated $199 or Round

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Home Depot.com has select Kohler 2-Piece Complete Solution Toilets on sale listed below. Select free in-store pickup to save on shipping if stock permits. Thanks rsvpd

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Home Depot has select 2-Piece KOHLER Complete Solution toilets (1.28 GPF Single Flush) on sale w/ free store pickup. Notes: Seat is included

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Isn't this the regular price? I was shopping for a toilet a year ago, and it was this price.
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Might have to install a garbage disposal at the bottom or get a good poop axe
or poop knife
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Toto or bust
Toto is the best!
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I think we just need to replace the seal under the plunger. PITA because we have to turn off water to the house. Valve for toilet is too old to open and close.
Replacing the toilet internals should take 15 minutes or less and $10-$15.
You should replace the valve with a new one while you have the water off as well, a bit of a bigger job but what happens if you get a leak? Turning off all the water in your house until it is fixed should not be the solution ecspecially if you already know the valve is a problem.
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I think we just need to replace the seal under the plunger. PITA because we have to turn off water to the house. Valve for toilet is too old to open and close.
you can rebuild those shut off gate valves so they work again. they have rubber components that just fall apart over time.

personally anytime i come across an older gate valve, i replace them with 1/4 ball valves with (all brass construction, no rubber bits) so i never have to mess with it again.
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How does it compare to this toilet (other than price)

https://www.menards.com/main/bath...964&ipos=2
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That's why they make the soft toilet seats.

And a plumber on speed dial. You should take this into consideration with the price of low flow toilets. Or redo the sewer plumbing, to make it it has a straight shot down the main line.
This just isn't true anymore. Huge water flushes like 5gal were the standard a long time ago and they flushed well in that they didn't clog often there wasn't much science, didn't need to be 5gal is a lot of water and it moved solids through the trap pretty well. Unfortunately when they did clog it was a big mess because 5gal was more than what the bowl holds so water could easily go over the rim.

At some point in US history they passed a law that all toilets sold had to be low volume flushes, 1.6gal or less and at first most of them were awful flushers they could only flush a small amount of solids and they didn't have enough water moving by the surfaces that got smeared to clean them well so after every flush they kind of needed a toilet brush.

But manufacturers got better at understanding hydrodynamics and started manipulating the speed and direction of the water as it was delivered into the bowl to start the flush, also I forget the name of this science but also the coatings on the porcylin have come a long way towards keeping solids from sticking to them.

Now days toilets from reputable brands like American standard, toto, Kohler, etc in their cheapest lines flush extremely well and stay clean too. Some of them are way way better flushers than the old 5gal ones were.

Not the nicest looking toilet but American standard I think it's champion 4. It's something 4. I have had 3 of them for about 4 years now and in that time had not a single clog. They have a promotional video dumping 12 golf balls down it and flushing them.
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For Toto toilets?
Parts like valves, these I replace every few years. Would I be able to get them from Home Depot or Lowes?
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Parts like valves, these I replace every few years. Would I be able to get them from Home Depot or Lowes?
Toto parts are lifetime warranty. It's free
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Toto parts are lifetime warranty. It's free
Nice, thanks!!
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Thoughts on dual flush toilets?
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If I don't get the elongated bowl, my penis hits the seat Frown
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This just isn't true anymore. Huge water flushes like 5gal were the standard a long time ago and they flushed well in that they didn't clog often there wasn't much science, didn't need to be 5gal is a lot of water and it moved solids through the trap pretty well. Unfortunately when they did clog it was a big mess because 5gal was more than what the bowl holds so water could easily go over the rim.

At some point in US history they passed a law that all toilets sold had to be low volume flushes, 1.6gal or less and at first most of them were awful flushers they could only flush a small amount of solids and they didn't have enough water moving by the surfaces that got smeared to clean them well so after every flush they kind of needed a toilet brush.

But manufacturers got better at understanding hydrodynamics and started manipulating the speed and direction of the water as it was delivered into the bowl to start the flush, also I forget the name of this science but also the coatings on the porcylin have come a long way towards keeping solids from sticking to them.

Now days toilets from reputable brands like American standard, toto, Kohler, etc in their cheapest lines flush extremely well and stay clean too. Some of them are way way better flushers than the old 5gal ones were.

Not the nicest looking toilet but American standard I think it's champion 4. It's something 4. I have had 3 of them for about 4 years now and in that time had not a single clog. They have a promotional video dumping 12 golf balls down it and flushing them.
Yup. I bought some 1.6 gpf American Standard Cadet 3's and they flushed WAY better than the 4-5 gallon toilets they replaced. We're in a different house now and considering doing the same. The new toilets also had that ceramic coating and we went from them needing weekly cleanings to needing cleanings every month or so.
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If I don't get the elongated bowl, my penis hits the seat Frown
Ya, hate that. Mine drags the porcelain and dunks in the water no matter which toilet I get. nod

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Anyone have any experience with this model? Whats the max turd size it can handle before it jams?
Yes I do and it's exactly your dimensions.
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