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jchi18

10:37AM | 08/06/03
Member Since: 08/05/03
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Bvplumbing
I don't know much about toilets so I am going with a name that I know: Kohler. Can anyone review the various Kohler flush systems and let me know which one is best for me? I am renovating my master bathroom at home. I am willing to pay 500-1000. Thanks.

plumber Tom

10:44AM | 08/06/03
Member Since: 05/10/03
810 lifetime posts
Kohler Wellworth 1.6 gallon flush. Colors white, almond. Price=$100.00. No need to spend all that money on a water closet, unless you prefer a 1 piece toilet, then the price gets higher. The Wellworth comes pre-installed with a fluidmaster valve, and a blue flapper flush valve.

[This message has been edited by plumber Tom (edited August 06, 2003).]

jchi18

11:04AM | 08/06/03
Member Since: 08/05/03
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Can you recommend a good 1-piece?

plumber Tom

11:15AM | 08/06/03
Member Since: 05/10/03
810 lifetime posts
I personally do not like the 1 piece toilets. Just stick with a name brand, and you'll be fine. Check your local plumbing supply house, that has a showroom.

LDoyle

03:40PM | 08/08/03
Member Since: 06/03/01
327 lifetime posts
Terry Love has a report on low flow toilets at: http://www.terrylove.com/crtoilet.htm

I personally recommend a 'comfort height' (ADA) toilet as they are about 2 inches taller than regular ones that have been the same height forever. We went with the Toto Drake but that is a 2-piece.

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