For longer than I can remember (basically since we moved into the house), I've been hearing complaints about our upstairs hall bathroom toilet. I don't use this bathroom at all. I just hear about it. I replaced all the guts in the tank right after we moved in and that resolved the first round of complaints. Lately, the complaint has been that it doesn't flush right, stuff stays in the bowl, etc. Well, WMB came over the other day and checked the roof vent for the sewer pipe because I'm a fag who is afraid of heights. That was all clear. So, today I decided to pull the toilet. What a cunt and a half of a job it was. The closet bolts were all seized and I had to hacksaw them off. The one side was a real bitch. I couldn't get the hacksaw under the nut so I had to cut the bolt off flush with the top of the nut and then made about 5 vertical cuts in through the bolt/nut before I was able to get it to come apart. I snaked out the drain, flipped the toilet over and made sure nothing was wedged inside. I filled a 5-gallon pail and poured it down the toilet flange. There was no backup or anything whatsoever. Seems like everything is in order, so I installed a new wax ring and new closet bolts. Well, the fucking thing still seems to flush slow. The bowl practically fills up like it's going to overflow before it starts to drain. The S-bend on this toilet is really tight. We tried snaking it the other day but couldn't get the snake through the S-bend so that's why I pulled the toilet today. So, I've decided this toilet just sucks and I am going to buy a new one. It's old, from like 1981. So, out it goes. Our other two bathrooms have brand-new toilets and they all flush perfectly fine. The other upstairs bathroom dumps right into the vertical sewer pipe right at the same point as this one, and again, it has no issues. I guess it's just the toilet. Maybe that extremely tight S-bend is the problem. I'm going to buy a one-piece with an oversized flush valve and an oversized fully-glazed trapway so it flushes fast and hard.