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Q. "What do you mean by "back supply connection" (model #4653) and "top supply connection" (model #4658)?"
A. Back-supplied models use flush valves that are concealed inside the wall, whereas toilets that are supplied from the top use an exposed flush valve. Please look at the diagram above, which shows both types of valves (the #4 arrow is pointing to an exposed valve, while the concealed valve is pictured near #2).
Q. "I need to replace my 3.5GPF toilet. Will these toilets work without needing to change my existing flush valve?"
A. Yes. The manufacturer states these stainless steel toilets work with 3.5GPF and 1.6GPF flush valves.
Q. "Can I uses these toilets with 3/4" supply lines?"
A. The manufacturer states that these toilets are designed for use with 1" supply lines.
Q. "Where would do you find handicap stainless steel toilets?"
A. These stainless steel toilets are nearly indestructible and so are often installed in prisons, parks, hospitals, schools, rest areas, sports arenas, bus stations, or anywhere else toilets see high levels of use and abuse.
Q. "What's the point of powder coating a stainless steel toilet?"
A. Adding a "porcelain" white powder coating to your toilet makes it look like a porcelain fixture. This is great if you're tired of replacing broken porcelain fixtures and want the strength of stainless steel, but prefer the look of porcelain.
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