Kohler 'Memoirs® Stately' Two-Piece Toilet in Black Black™

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$250.00
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This is a Kohler K-3817-7 'Memoirs® Stately' comfort height two-piece toilet made of vitreous china in a glossy black glaze. It has an elongated bowl with a black plastic seat.

  • 1.28 gallons per flush 
  • 12-inch rough-in distance
  • AquaPiston® canister flush mechanism
  • Left-hand polished chrome trip lever
  • Bowl is model K-4387
  • Tank is model K-4434

Dimensions from manufacturer:

31-1/16” High to top of tank
18-7/8" Wide 
30-3/8" Front to back

Seat height is 16-1/2" 
Rough-in distance is 12"

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