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    Default Tub drain moving

    I'm redoing our entire master bath. I'm trying to do as much work myself as I can, and get help where I need it.

    I'm downsizing the tub. The attached picture shows the current drain config. Concrete slab. In an ideal world, the drain would be located about 2" farther from the end wall, and about 2" closer to the side wall.

    So, I guess my questions are:

    Can that be done?
    If so, how? and can I do it?

    Since the joints I want to adjust seem well glued together, I'm worried I'll break something that won't easily be fixable.

    Thanks for any advice.
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