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    Red face New bathroom sink is off center and up from the exiting P-trap

    The new vanity ended up with sink drain being 7 inches to right and top of p-trap aligned to bottom of sink drain,

    I move the p-trap to sink drain then added flexible length to join exit pipe (in wall) after rotating exit pipe so the curved end of exit pipe is now facing right.

    The new design just doesn't look right and I want to avoid the suggestion by neighbor to put three p-traps in series to form a flowing pipe assembly.

    Any ideas on a better design?
    Last edited by shadyones; 09-03-2010 at 12:50 AM. Reason: removed diagrams that didn't come through with correct spacing to be useful

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