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Buying a home. Renovating a bathroom with concrete slab for a floor. Specifically need to move the toilet at least 12" to the right. After the toilet is moved we'll install a LONG 2 sink vanity. I do NOT want to cut another hole in the slab and would like to avoid putting the toilet on a raised wood platform. My thought was to move the toilet over 12" and plumb it in back over to the existing closet drain and then the new vanity will cover that piping. There, easy and all I need to do is find a toilet that would allow me to do that. So my research showed me a left hand discharge drain toilet. It has the discharge hole coming out the left side of the toilet horizontally about 6" +/- above the floor. Cool, I thought, but I can't seem to find anywhere that sells them in the USA. So then I thought I'd go with a back discharge toilet but the ones I found have to be attached to the wall. Any ideas would be much appreciated...Thanks

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    Hello and welcome if you could send pics of work area , It would help a lot and a drawing of your layout ... Also what size drain pipe do you have sounds like there was a toilet before . – user101687 May 26 at 23:24
  • upflushtoilet.com/products/saniflo-saniplus. The saniflo toilet could be an answer if all else fails – Kris May 27 at 2:06
  • hugooliver.com/shop/toilets/close-coupled-toilets/…. Is this the one you found? – Kris May 27 at 3:08
  • A skew trap or skew pan toilet is the search term I found for such a toilet. Australia New Zealand UK Japan but none in USA. Interesting question. Learned something new here. – Kris May 27 at 5:28
  • Kris- Yes, that's the one I found but it's in Europe...Wonder why we don't sell them in the US...? The other one with the floor level tank won't work... – Norseman May 28 at 1:53

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