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Old 08-19-2012, 10:40 AM  
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Friends, The toilet in my very small powder room measures 11" rough in, with the tank pressed against the wall. I want to conserve as much space as possible. (1) Can a 10" Toto Aquia fit in that space? (2) Will it provide any space between the wall and tank? ...I'm still learning, so I'd appreciate any advice you can offer.


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Sam; Welcome to the site. The 10" should give a 1" space the wall. When asking a question you should start a new thread. With the old date on the thread people pass by without reading it.
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