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Hate to admit this ,,, seeing as I'm officially an old timer .

It has been SO LONG that I have forgotten the PROPER way to yarn in and pour a 2" offset (4") C.I. closet flange .

I packed it real well and poured it ok ,,, but something just didn't feel right .

VERY DIFFICULT to get to .

ANY suggestions ?????

Thank you & MERRY CHRISTMAS !!!

Cal
 

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I've yet to get a good set of irons.Even though Killertoiletspider gave a website quite some time ago.

On a side note,offsets in our area are not allowed.If your getting your job inspected you better not let the inspector see it:whistling2:
 

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I've yet to get a good set of irons.Even though Killertoiletspider gave a website quite some time ago.

On a side note,offsets in our area are not allowed.If your getting your job inspected you better not let the inspector see it:whistling2:
Same hear.. Some times you need to make up your own "costom" irons
 

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Same hear.. Some times you need to make up your own "costom" irons
YEP ,, that's what I did .

No inspection . Toilet was roughed AT 17" ,,,, needed the help bad !!

Cal
 
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