Shower Fixture Installation Question
Hello, I am installing a shower fixture and I’m trying to ensure I do it properly. Below is a picture. I need to bring the fixture out a bit to accommodate a change in the shower base dimensions. There are galvanized supply pipes coming from the ceiling. I’m attaching a dielectric union and then two or three 90 degree street elbows, a small copper piece and then a male adapter which attaches to the fixture. I’m applying wood glue…J/k! solder of course. My concerns are too many twist and turns. I guess I can just take the second street elbow out and make it a horizontal piece. I’m also unsure if soldering street elbows is adequate as they seem to have a looser connection as compared to say a street elbow connected to a regular piece of copper pipe. Any advice is greatly appreciated. I also posted this w/ a poor title on the shower forum. I apologize to the moderator/forum and will not double post in future.