Moving kitchen sink and pipes

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Old 02-16-03, 11:10 AM
haoren1
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Moving kitchen sink and pipes

As part of a Massachusetts kitchen renovation in a multi-story condo (an old brownstone), I need to move and install a new kitchen sink. The new sink will be a 2 basin sink (the current is single).

The plan is to move the sink onto another wall that is at a right angle to the wall that the sink is currently on (and in which the drain pipe runs).

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[Old sink

The span between the old sink and new, if measured along the walls, is over 6 feet.

How do I install the plumbing for this configuration? Do I need to use a loop to ensure proper venting and drainage? There will also be a dishwasher and garbage disposal.

Thanks in advance for any advice.
 
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Old 02-16-03, 12:50 PM
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You would need to plumb the drain, the vent, and the water lines over to the new location.
 
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