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    Default 90 Deg out of trap?

    I am plumbing the drain for a new bathtub and was wondering if it is legal to come out of a trap with a 90 (see attached picture). I am trying to clear an existing floor joist.

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    Yes, perfectly legal to swivel the trap that way.

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