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Answered 2008-05-07 13:45:21

I imagine the bolts will still work; it's the wax ring that you have to worry about. They sell several different ones at the hardware store. Cheap ones for $2-3 and expensive ones for $7-8. The expensive ones are quite a bit thicker. Buy the most expensive thickest wax ring that they have. I'm not a plumber so I hope I am telling you right, but I always use the biggest most expensive wax ring that I can buy.

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