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    1/2" sewer line pitch acceptable?

    The 1/4" pitch (instead of 1/2") would have my line end up roughly 8" above the bond out in the foundation so I'd have to drop the whole line down 8" in the basement area (creating more of a headroom obstacle) to have it meet up. Does that make more sense?
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    1/2" sewer line pitch acceptable?

    Thanks Jeff. Any preference on which approach you'd take? The line only passes through 9' of basement so it would only be a couple inches of drop if I just ran a consistent 1/2" pitch the whole 33' run which would be my leaning over the 45s.
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    1/2" sewer line pitch acceptable?

    Greetings all. Plumbing in a new bathroom (toilet/sink/shower) in our home and have a question regarding line pitch. The line will run from an unfinished basement, pass through a masonry wall (hole to be made) into a crawlspace area, make a 90 turn and then pass through a bondout sleeve cast...
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