Repairing Cast Iron Pipe Toilet Flange

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Repairing Cast Iron Pipe Toilet Flange



I replaced a tile floor in a bath. The old toilet had 4 'holdown' screws. The new toilet has the 'regular' 2 screws. The flange in the floor in basically nonexistent. This is all on a slab. I tried a PVC sleeve repair flange which sits too high. In order for in to sit at the right level I need to remove about 3/4" of the bellmouth of the pipe, which is CI. Can I chisel it wthout it cracking all the way down? Or is there a way to do this correctly? Is there another type a repair flange I can use?
 
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Old 01-23-05, 02:19 AM
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I have included a link to an Oatey flange repair. Go down 3 squares and over to the right 3. Called Twist-n-set. Good luck.

http://doityourself.com/store/closetflanges.htm
 
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