|Posted by hj on February 19, 2003 at 20:09:46:|
|In response to Re: Moen shower valve installation|
You can make a hole large enough to encompass the flange screws. Then depending on the trim plate, you may be able to use the ground behind the fiberglass and clamp the fiberglass between the ground and the trim ring.
: I'm installing a fiberglass shower unit in my basement and have purchased a Moen 82505 shower faucet. Do I need to make a hole in the shower wall large enough for the plaster ground, or can I just make a smaller diameter hole, sized for the stop tube? I think that I can maintain the 2-1/16" finish-to-pipe center dimension without using the plaster ground as a gauge. The instruction sheet indicates that the plaster ground is discarded anyway. Thanks in advance for any suggestions.
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