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Unread 02-18-2019, 06:26 PM   #2
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i would only use an ABS flange like you linked if your drain pipe is ABS.

If it were me, I would cut the drain out from the basement and replace it with new material. If the pipe below is ABS, use ABS. If it is cast iron, I would use a transition fernco coupling and switch to PVC.

Keep in mind once you remove the tiles and repair the subfloor, the toilet closet flange is mounted and glued LAST, after all tile work is finished. The flange should rest on top of the tile. You can just cut off the flange now from below, finish all work in bathroom, then patch in pipe from below and install the flange last. It looks like that drain was set too high...
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