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    what a great idea. Its amazing how sometimes...

    what a great idea. Its amazing how sometimes such obvious solutions can allude you. I was fixated on using the biggest "pipes" I can. However, this is not a toilet or a shower... It is a sink an a...
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    Hurray! The Terry love forum rules again! ...

    Hurray! The Terry love forum rules again! Thanks for all the help. The wife thanks "the plumber from the internet who stopped the husband from chopping the vanity to pieces..."

    Till the next...
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    I was paranoid for no reason. it looks like...

    I was paranoid for no reason. it looks like everything will work just fine with a 1-1/2" pipes and adapters (I didn't weld yet). I used:
    - 1-1/2" PVC threaded adapter to the wall's pipe
    -...
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    As usual, that makes so much sense, this way if I...

    As usual, that makes so much sense, this way if I ever switch the vanity again, or another owner, can just connect a new p-trap.
    Are the measurements of the pipe odd? I got 1"-5/8 inside and an...
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    I am a few inches short from the centerline of...

    I am a few inches short from the centerline of the sink's drain to the p-trap. I just saw that using a flexible hose is a no-no as well. Going back to the first pic, where should I cut to connect a...
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    ok, thank you. I will cut the drawer, I didn't...

    ok, thank you. I will cut the drawer, I didn't know s-traps were a no-no... I am happy I didn't use one...

    Thanks as always for the help...
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    Steps to flip up sink's drainage pvc pipe

    Hi,

    I am finishing retiling a small bathroom and starting to plan ahead for the new vanity installation.
    The p-trap overlaps the drawer which I would like to avoid cutting. I am thinking of...
  8. **** sigh of relief *** Thanks a million... ...

    **** sigh of relief ***

    Thanks a million...

    I got paranoid from all the DIY videos that showed how to take the flange out which really emphasized not touching the pipe. Probably still a good...
  9. Inside of toilet PVC pipe has cut marks - an issue?

    In the process of taking out a 4" all plastic PVC toilet flange for the first time I left a few cut marks on the inside of the pipe from the saw I used to cut the "quarters." I should have cut less....
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