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Old 02-25-2013, 07:39 AM   #1
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4 Stud Wall Hung Toilet Vs 2 Stud Wall Toilet


hi guys. till now i have install commercial toilet with 4 studs two at top and two at bottom . now i come across a residential wall hung toilet to be supported on two top studs only. what about the bottom stud portion? will these two studs sufficient to take a man load. what measures one should take while tightening. so it would not come in contact with wall anywhere to prevent damage to bowl.
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They should be fine. There are numerous 4 and 2 hole systems available and they all work fine. don't go silly tight with the bolts but make sure they are snug.

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