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Store SKU #731163

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null 3 in. PVC Adjustable DWV Closet Flange

3 in. PVC Adjustable DWV Closet Flange

  • Replaces existing, rusted closet flanges
  • Constructed of a durable PVC material for a long-lasting use
  • This closet flange was designed for use with a PVC DWV pipe
$1098 /each
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Product Overview

This 3 in. PVC DWV Closet Flange is compatible with PVC DWV pipe. It features a gasket that will seal the flange inside a 3 in. pipe. Product width is 7 in.

  • Made of PVC
  • Compatible with PVC DWV pipe
  • Gasket seals inside 3 in. pipe
  • Easy installation - simply push in and fasten to the floor
  • Perfect for replacement or new installations
  • Always fasten closet flanges to the floor
  • Note: Product may vary by store

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Customer Questions & Answers

The hole looks small is it prone to clogs?

Asked by: tmac
It's no smaller than the inside diameter of the toilets trap. It's a non issue
Answered by: mike
Date published: 2017-03-10

Will this flange work with ABS pipe?

Asked by: Meme
Yes, it works with all 3" inside diameter pipe because it uses a rubber gasket to seal it to the pipe.
Answered by: rippinwater
Date published: 2017-03-09

Will this 3 inch pvc flange fit inside a 3inch inside diameter pipe?

Asked by: Frenchie
Yes, that is what it is designed for.
Answered by: Honeydooer
Date published: 2016-06-14

what wax ring will work with the 2 and 3/4" id of the above closet flange. SKU#731163

standard wax ring has collar with 3" od and will not work
Asked by: fixit4you
A standard wax ring WITHOUT reinforcement works just fine. Just be sure to have the toilet centered on the flange before pressing it down into place. See
Answered by: Honeydooer
Date published: 2017-04-14
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Customer Reviews

3 in. PVC Adjustable DWV Closet Flange is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 12.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I was in the middle of remodeling my bathroom and I encountered a problem with my closet flange. ... I was in the middle of remodeling my bathroom and I encountered a problem with my closet flange. One, it was cracked where the toilet bolts slide in. That's an easy fix so I wasn't too concerned about that. What was concerning was the fact that the top of the flange appeared to be warped and the one side was sitting about 1/4" off the floor. I could tell that it had been repaired once before. I removed the existing screws, but was unable to get them to tighten back down since the wood subfloor had been bored out by the screws. I went to several stores to find "fatter" wood screws that would be able to grab some wood, but was unable to find any that would work. I was afraid I was looking at a very expensive repair....until i stumbled across this. I talked to a plumber friend of mine and he said these are great to use and gave me a few pointers. I decided to give it a try. In less than 20 minutes, I had the old flange cut off flush to the floor, and I had this one installed and screwed down with 8 new screws. It was flat to the floor and worked absolutely perfectly. A couple of things to keep in mind: 1) this does make the drain a smaller diameter, but it's no smaller than the bottom outlet on the toilet, so you should not have any issues with clogs any more than usual. 2) since this is a smaller diameter on the interior, you will want to use a standard wax ring. Do NOT use one of the good ones that has the black plastic piece attached to the wax...this could restrict the opening even more. 3) put a little handsoap on the red gasket part to help it slide down into the drain a little easier. NOTE: in the before pics I posted, the metal piece on the floor is a spanner flange I used originally to try to repair what I had. I took that out prior to installing the Sioux Chief flande.
Date published: 2017-01-30
Rated 4 out of 5 by from This is a great replacement and was my only option for a broken and too high flange. The only fla... This is a great replacement and was my only option for a broken and too high flange. The only flange was nearly a 1/4 inch above the floor in one spot and not aligned correctly. Because of that, I ended up breaking it. I cut the old flange out with my Dremel, dug out the loose concrete around the pipe and repoured some cement. I installed this flange easily and level with the floor. The new hole is slightly smaller but has not led to any major clogs.
Date published: 2017-02-17
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Had to reset toilet two times because rubber seal slid down allowing sewer gas to escape. Would b... Had to reset toilet two times because rubber seal slid down allowing sewer gas to escape. Would be a great product if rubber seal was secured to the PVC flange pipe.
Date published: 2017-05-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from simple as gator bite fittings No need to worry about primer or glue. Just cut old flange off and install new. Doesn't take much effort to push on. It seals and have had no leaks. Reason for quality being average is because I believe the ring should be stainless in case of a leak. Also the thickness of the PVC and ring could be better.
Date published: 2012-01-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Easy way to replace flange that is too high Currently renovating a 25 year old house and up stairs bathroom was gutted and tile floor replaced with Armstrong Luxury Vinyl floor that was 1/2 the thickness so the existing flange was too high (almost 1/2" above new floor) for toilet to sit on the floor properly and rocked. Two choices, raise toilet or lower the flange. Once I came across this replacement flange I decided this was the way to go, a much better long term fix. Used a Dremel with cutting blade to cut old PVC flange off just slightly below the sub floor and slipped the repair flange into the existing 3" PVC pipe and used 4 wood screws to secure new flange to the sub floor. Now the flange is only about 1/8" above the new floor and toilet sits properly on floor with room for wax ring to seal between toilet flange and PVC floor flange. I was concerned that the new ID of the drain was only 2 1/2" ID vs. the 3" before but the ID of the toilet discharge is also 2 1/2" so I figured it would be OK. Installed a brand new Kohler toilet and seems to flush just as quickly as same new Kohler toilet installed in Powder room without replacement flange. IMO a lot better solution than raising the toilet.
Date published: 2015-12-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Need to use a standard wax ring that doesn't have reinforcement I put this into a basement bathroom where only a 3" pipe was installed through the concrete. Having already tiled the floor, I had a choice of either using this or having to chip away tile and concrete to fit a 3" outside fit. I figured this would be the easier solution. For my installation, I still had to grind/chip some concrete away (about 1/2 inch away from the pipe diameter) to make clearance so that the underside of this flange would sit properly onto the floor, but looking back I still believe this was a much better option than the amount of work needed to install an outside fit. A concrete drill bit and tapcom screws fastened it down without a problem. ONE CAUTION: Because its an inside fit to a 3" pipe, the inner diameter of this flange is just a bit too small to use a reinforced wax ring. Save yourself a separate trip and buy a non-reinforced ring when you get this flange. My installation sealed up fine and no issues with toilet flushing even though its a slightly smaller hole.
Date published: 2015-06-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Worked perfectly. Very easy to use and solved my problem perfectly. The "professional" who had done the installation originally had done a terrible job leaving a tilted flange. That broke and someone else came along with one of those repair flanges that go on top and a ton of silicon sealant. I cut off the head of old flange down to the top of the pipe. Then I leveled the base by chipping away the mortar that had caused the old one to tilt. The new flange is now mounted level and the toilet if flat on the floor.
Date published: 2014-02-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great product We use these all of the time. They are great to fix the previous people's screw ups. Never had a problem with use. I just wish our local Home Depot would keep them in stock.
Date published: 2015-01-09
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