Remedy for unlevel toilet flange?

Howdy. I'm renovating a bathroom. Toilet flange is secured into a concrete subfloor. New floating flooring was placed over the existing peel and stick type linoleum or whatever it is. The flange is not quite level with the finished floor. It's flush at the front (6 o'clock), and about 3/8" below flush at the back (12 o'clock). Suggestions on how to combat this issue? I bought one of those Oatey Set Rite extender kits, but am not convinced on using it since it reduces the 3" to a 2 1/2" pipe. Would I be alright if I just purchased a 1/2" spacer and count on the wax ring to seal the difference in levelness? Any input is appreciated, thanks. submitted by /u/ShakeNBaker45 [link] [comments]

Howdy. I'm renovating a bathroom. Toilet flange is secured into a concrete subfloor. New floating flooring was placed over the existing peel and stick type linoleum or whatever it is. The flange is not quite level with the finished floor. It's flush at the front (6 o'clock), and about 3/8" below flush at the back (12 o'clock).

Suggestions on how to combat this issue? I bought one of those Oatey Set Rite extender kits, but am not convinced on using it since it reduces the 3" to a 2 1/2" pipe. Would I be alright if I just purchased a 1/2" spacer and count on the wax ring to seal the difference in levelness? Any input is appreciated, thanks.

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