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  1. I think that may be my best way to tackle this. ...

    I think that may be my best way to tackle this.

    What would be my best way to get down and around the pipe? I want to be careful not to break it but I don't want to spend all day getting to it.
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  2. So, it looks as if this may be a bigger project...

    So, it looks as if this may be a bigger project than I thought. I just got off the phone with Sterling and the reason they don't give a vertical height dimension for the drain hole is because there...
  3. Thanks, hopefully Terry or someone else who...

    Thanks, hopefully Terry or someone else who removes these allot will chime in.

    When I stopped by the Ferguson supply house they said that was probably the type of drain that I had by showing them...
  4. What would be the best way to try to unscrew the...

    What would be the best way to try to unscrew the drain flange? Use a pipe wrench on in with another holding the lower nut and try unscrewing it?

    The same thing with the sink drain. If its soldered...
  5. Ok, so I have some better photos of this shower...

    Ok, so I have some better photos of this shower drain that I hope will allow you guys to give me some better advice on how to procede. The height from the floor to the top of the drain is right at...
  6. It will line up because the old shower was almost...

    It will line up because the old shower was almost 60" wide and I am putting in a 48" wide unit (72220100). I already have the backwall and one side wall framed out for the enclosure.

    That is the...
  7. I will try the water to see if it stays at its...

    I will try the water to see if it stays at its current level.

    Are you referring to the condition of the drains under ground based off of the picture of the shower drain? I don't have the money to...
  8. Those pics are for two different areas. The vent...

    Those pics are for two different areas. The vent for the shower is about maybe 4' away from the drain. The drain is up because I removed about 4~5" of shower bed under what I believe was a lead...
  9. What would you suggest to be my best approach to...

    What would you suggest to be my best approach to this?

    Should I try and remove all the concrete or whatever is around the opening to the sink drain and do the same thing for the shower as well as...
  10. Thanks for the reply Gary. Yes, from searching...

    Thanks for the reply Gary. Yes, from searching this site I see that fernco is a brand and generic name used for these types of connectors. With my current CI ending flush with the floor if I wanted...
  11. THIS...

    THIS item from HD looks like it could work?
  12. Come one guys and girls I'm sure one of you can...

    Come one guys and girls I'm sure one of you can point out what the proper transition connector would be going from CI to PVC for these two applications. My plumber went AWOL so I'm left with doing...
  13. Help with the proper connectors with cast to PVC

    I'm going to try and tackle my plumbing for a basement remodel. I have two plumbing connections that I need to make, 1) replace the old shower with new for a Sterling shower enclosure. 2) Replace old...
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