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My current toilet is measuring at 11 inches even from the wall (not the molding) to the center of the bolts. Looking around I see a lot of people saying that they saw somewhere else that a 12 inch rough-in will fit, possibly with an offset flange, but I'd like a more authoritative answer if possible. My house was built in 1900, so a non-standard size wouldn't really shock me.

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10" unless you can move the wall back.

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  • I don't think I have the skills to move a wall – xhainingx Dec 22 '16 at 23:46
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Yes. You could cut the floor around it and put the offset flange like Home Depot model #889-POMPK but it will probably get to more than 12".

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  • Might be easier to move the wall back. – DMoore Dec 22 '16 at 22:57
  • No. I'v done it already on concrete floor and it wasn't sooo hard, it took just a hammer drill to dig around it and all the mess is getting covered by the toilet very nicely. – aofkj Dec 23 '16 at 6:09

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