10” set back 15.5”high
I have a twelve inch rough-in and the lip of the tank lid is 1-1/4 inches off the wall. From the lip of the tank lid to the edge of the toilet seat is maybe 27-1/2 or 27-3/4 inches at the outside measurement. Measurements are rough as I did a visual vertical measurement. Trust it helps. I have seen similar questions and know that I conformed to the specifications as provided and the entire unit sits further off the wall than I expected after installation. All works for me.
Yes , it can .
I’m not sure of the question. Are you looking for a handicapped toilet?
You have to hold the handle until it begins to flush and then let go of the handle and it should work fine.
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Shop around and look at all options, measurements are very important!!!
The full specifications are available online under the overview. It is 16-1/2” not including the seat.
You need to make sure you measured correctly, as most toilets are either 10" or 12" rough in. This particular toilet is a 10", so I don't believe it would fit in your 11"; but be sure to measure correctly -