I need help! Our 1920's toilet, although an oldie but a goodie, started to show it's age. The bolts attaching the tank to the wall were corroded and the elbow from the tank to the seat was paper-thin and started to leak. It was recommended that rather than replace the elbow (because we may not be able to find that part), we replace the toilet. We've done that. But because we have a 14 inch flange, the toilet sits about 5 inches from the wall. To make matters worse, the bathroom is only 3 1/2 feet wide. I found one 14 inch flange toilet on-line for almost $600. And I'm not clear on how an adapter would help or work. Does the adapter allow you to use a modern toilet on a 14 inch flange so that the toilet sits against the wall? And how much is an adapter? I can't find prices on-line. Thanks!