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    The house is 40 years old and was built by a very...

    The house is 40 years old and was built by a very reputable builder that is still in business. The OD of the gray pipe is 3 1/4". The pipe is branded "Evanite" and it's PVC 1. I don't think it's...
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    Help identifying DWV pipe

    I'm in the midst of a project and I was all set to go with 3" Schedule 40 fittings for the vent and drain pipes, but as you can see by the photos, the OD of the existing 3" pipe is slightly smaller...
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    I do have a thick subfloor. I cut a trench in...

    I do have a thick subfloor. I cut a trench in the subfloor for the drain pipe and shaved about 1/8" off the top of the joist. I placed the tub temporarily and I have enough clearance under there...
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    I decided to go with this fitting, which I found...

    I decided to go with this fitting, which I found at the local plumbing supply house.
  5. You could take a pair of needle nosed pliers,...

    You could take a pair of needle nosed pliers, stick just the tips of them inside the plastic pipe, pull the handles open so the ends of the pliers hold tight against the inside dimension of the...
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    Anything wrong with this?

    Is there anything wrong with this configuration? I'm going to be connecting this PVC section to an existing horizontal run in a 2x10 joist space for a second floor bathroom. The vertical pipe is...
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    It's not a trip lever. It's the pop-up, toe...

    It's not a trip lever. It's the pop-up, toe activated kind. The overflow/drain kit that I bought is the one that is required for this tub. The tub has an oval shaped overflow opening as opposed to...
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    Thanks for the replies. The tub sits parallel to...

    Thanks for the replies. The tub sits parallel to the joists - they run the length of the tub, so the tub shoe and the vertical drain would both be almost directly over the joist.
  9. Switching from 1/2" to 3/4" copper supply lines

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    I'm in the middle of a second floor bathroom remodel and I'm getting ready to plumb the tub. I removed most of the wallboard, so I currently have access to the basement through a thick wall...
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    Modifying Bathtub Drain and Overflow Kit

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    I'm in the middle of a bathroom remodel and I've removed the floor down to the joists. I tore out the old cast iron tub and am in the process of replacing it with a Kohler acrylic tub. I...
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