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OATEY 43650 4" ABS TWIST-N-SET CLOSET FLANGE

SKU: 14887

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About the Oatey 43650

CLOSET FLANGE ABS TWISTNSET

Product Details

Manufacturer: Oatey
Size: 4
Product: Flanges
Style: Closet Flange
Use: Drain Waste and Vent
Mpn # 43650

Product Features

  • The product is manufactured in china
  • The product is highly durable and easy to use
  • Easy installation and easy handling
  • Solvent welds inside of 4-Inch or over 3-Inch Schedule 40 DWV pipe
  • Longer length to allow for pipes cut short
  • Gasket expands to fit service weight, heavy weight and no hub

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Questions & Answers

*PLUMBERSSTOCK EXPERT* responded:

This part is for installing a toilet. It is designed to push into a 4" pipe and seal this toilet connection piece from leaking. A floor drain usually has 2" or 3" pipe and also has an in-line p-trap.

To properly put a toilet in place of a shower, the pipe would have to be a minimum of 3" drain pipe, you would have to cut the drain line below the p-trap, and extend the pipe up nearly to the floor-level where you could install a properly-sized closet flange. Then a wax ring goes on this closet flange and then the toilet on top of that.

This particular product isn't typically for that kind of installation. Most people use plastic pipe to bring the drain up to the proper height and they then use a solvent-weld (glued) closet flange to connect the toilet. The more common product for that kind of installation is found: here on this page (click here)