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I live in a mobile home park. I do all the electrical and plumbing and everything else. You can put an ordinary toilet in. So long as there is a flange. If there is not one you can put one in anywhere you choose. Then underneath you can run the 3 inch line to the main trunk going to the sewer. Don't worry about it freezing being below the insulation. Keep the angle so that it empties fast so there is nothing inside to build up and freeze. If where the toilet used to be has some bad plywood cut out a square to put in a square of new plywood. Measure where the old one was beforehand and mark where you want to put the new 3 1/2 inch hole (usually 12 inches from the framing to center), cut your hole using screws with large heads (maybe even stainless steel) screw down the flange. Using solvent glue the new section to the old section etc.
Posted on Nov 29, 2013
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