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    Tub Drain Retrofit

    I am replacing an old cast iron with a 5 foot soaking bubble tub. I want to include a shelf on 3 sides (rear, wide side, front). Shifting the tub 6 inches forward to allow for the rear shelf makes...
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    Thanks, Basement Lurker. This is what I thought...

    Thanks, Basement Lurker. This is what I thought as well. Any suggestions? I am not a fan of the Sharkbite solution. What a couple in the middle?
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    soldering threaded fittings

    I am pretty good with solder, but I am concerned about sweating a short section (6 inches) of copper between a shower value and diverter where there are threaded fittings on both. (I soldered the...
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    I just put in a TileRedi prefab tileable pan....

    I just put in a TileRedi prefab tileable pan. Like Kerdi. Expensive ($600), but no worries about leaking into the condo below me. The hole in the floor doesn't need to be that precise, as the pan...
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    Thanks to all the responded. I think I am going...

    Thanks to all the responded. I think I am going to try the pvc weld path. I feel more confident in it. I have existing brass parts and may combine it with Fernco rubber adapters and pvc. Okay?
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    Slip Nuts vs. Welded PVC

    I am replacing a bathtub. The typical drain assemby uses slip nuts rather than solvent welded PVC pipe. It seems to me that welded PVC would be a better and more reliable method. What is...
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