roughing in a clawfoot tub
hi guys! i have recently purchased a randolph morris 62" slipper clawfoot tub and am in the process of roughing in the drain and supply lines which has been going pretty smoothly (albeit slow as molasses lol) but i've run into one slight problem - there are absolutely no specifications on the website and the staff at vintagetub.com have no further information on the one piece of information i want: what the offset distance is from the centerline of the supply lines to the drain is? i was wondering if the pro's have some trick to figure out the distances when they can't get any of the specs. i was thinking about cutting the supply lines to the height of my carpeting which is where the tub is sitting currently on a drop cloth and using the imprint it leaves for the rough-in dimensions. anyone know of a better method? i just can't believe that such an expensive tub would come with such minimal documentation!