I doubt it. RO sizes have always been to finished wall thickness no matter if its a toilet, shower valve, wall faucet, electrical box, lights etc etc they wouldn't ever say from framing as they have no idea what's going on the wall. It could be 2" wedi board and 1" thick tile for all they know or 3/8 drywall.TimelessQuality said:Perhaps kohler's standard is now 12" from framing... with allowance for sheetrock, backer, tile, etc...
If your having an 'issue' with Kohler, why don't you contact the company and clarify their standards?
When you move the flange to 10 1/2" make sure to leave your name and address printed on it so the next plumber can find you and beat you over the head with a pipe.Well apparently yes because I couldn't get it to work must mean I'm not an idiot lol
I am a plumber. Have been for 15 years. It was my main trade just so your aware. plus if you would have read the other posts you would have seen that almost any 12" rough in toilet will fit a 10-12" rough in. Perhaps once you know as much about plumbing as I do come back and flex your pecks some more lolrrk said:When you move the flange to 10 1/2" make sure to leave your name and address printed on it so the next plumber can find you and beat you over the head with a pipe.
Leave the pluming work to the plumbers, they know what they are doing
For 320 bucks, I can get 3 toilets and a lunch to use them with. My rear ain't that fancy.Well I got an answer from them. It seems that the lower end of their range are design this way to take into account different possible scenarios like RO being out, thicker wall coverings being in place etc etc but the higher end kit they can be attached to the wall but you have to make sure you have the exact RO distance the toilet requires. its seems they make them idiot proof in the Lower ranges but they said there's zero issue moving the RO to mount the cheaper ones on the wall. Not that $320 was a cheap toilet but at least there's the option through them to get the better looking wall hugging designs for a little more money if the flange is dead on a true 12" to final wall depth.
well that's a antique look toilet, not the usual which are still wall mounted.Our toilets generally aren't like yours :no: not wall mounted
Ps that slab vanity is nice.