My toilet is situated such that it doesn't allow much room to get in and out of the shower. I'd like to move it back to the wall as close as possible, to allow more space. The toilet is on concrete slab. Is this possible? I saw this similar question (http://diy.stackexchange.com/questions/6123/can-a-toilet-be-moved-6-inch-to-the-right) was asked but that is for a toilet over subfloor. Also, I know there are different sized toilets but is the distance from the hole on bottom of toilet to the back of the toilet a standard size?
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