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How to Make a Mock Up

If you are not sure if the C-Head will fit in the space you have allotted for your toilet, it is best to make a mock up out of cardboard and test the space. This can be done using a “large” cardboard box available at Home Depot in the storage section of the store. Cut and tape the box to the dimensions shown below. For the wedged back model you will have to make a modification that is not shown by cutting away a portion of the bottom back side 3″ by 3″. For the shorty, make a bucket model and shorten it by 3″.

Remember too that this mock up is only the housing. The lid extends over the housing about one inch on each side and the toilet seat extends two inches over the front with a round seat. Take that into account, especially if you are going to install your C-Head in a corner. The furthest back you will be able to slide the toilet is a point that is 11″ across the back corner diagonally. See this article on corner installations (here). To download and print the PDF file of the drawing below, click (here). The template for the wedged back model is called a “bucket” model in the drawing and is the bottom drawing and is also referred to as an “angled back” model. This are the old terms we no longer use on the website.

The basic model should look like this.

For the wedged back model you will need to modify the bottom back side.

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