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    I cut out a decent hole in my concrete floor....

    I cut out a decent hole in my concrete floor. Went easier and better than I worried it could. Down about 4" to reinforcing(?) wire grid where I'll stop till I have in hand the drain and connection...
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    Wow, thanks for the attention and advice. I...

    Wow, thanks for the attention and advice.

    I donít have firm plans yet. This grew from tracking down a leak on the other side of the wall, which has plumbing for laundry, outside faucet as well as...
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    Thanks - your pictures and suggestions were...

    Thanks - your pictures and suggestions were pretty much what I'd been thinking.

    I've got about 7 1/2 - 8" to the water in the trap. So it would seem I've enough room to fit in the adapter and keep...
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    "water level" meaning ground water? That's not a...

    "water level" meaning ground water? That's not a problem. It's a split level house, this floor is about 4' below grade and water table is much below that. No issues with ground water.

    On other...
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    Thanks for the replies. What Iím hearing is...

    Thanks for the replies.

    What Iím hearing is Iím going to have to break out some concrete around my drain pipe, even for drains like the Proline or ACO (which I hadnít considered but do look...
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    basement shower drain

    Iím replacing a leaking fiberglass shower with a custom tiled one in my basement. The old one is all ripped out and I am down to concrete floor with a 2Ē copper drain pipe extending up about 1 ľĒ.) I...
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