In the plumbing section for toilets at HomeDepot, I often see fittings
to transition from 4" to 3" diameter drain pipe for toilets. Is 3"
diameter acceptable size for toilet drains?
I'm remodeling and must replace most of my bathroom plumbing down to
the main drain. Should I consider reinstalling by using 3" PVC? (I
currently have 4" dia. cast iron).
On Jun 11, 1:21 pm, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
I don't know if this will enter into your decision making process, but
it is my understanding that cast iron pipes muffle the sound of
flushing water much better than PVC. If the pipes run near any type of
living space, such as a finished basment, you might want to consider
retaining the cast iron.
If the PVC pipes are hung with the right hangers the sound coupling is
minimized. Application of adhesive sound damping mats can get rid of most
of the rest of the noise. Second story baths are most likly to make noise,
its not always a problem.
On Wed, 11 Jun 2008 22:20:15 -0400, email@example.com wrote:
So if a man drops his 3 inch penis in the toilet it will go down, but
not a 4 incher......
Damn, I got a 9 incher. Glad it can be retrieved without going down
the pipes !!!
Now we all know why blondes like big dick men ~~~~
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