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Old 09-18-06, 05:14 PM
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Hi. I just purchased a corner shower kit for my basement.When I removed the ceramic tile and subfloor to the 2 inch ABS drain pipe, I found that it is about an inch and a quarter too close to the wall for the shower base to fit.Is there such an item as an offset shower drain flange that that I could use to make up the difference,without having to dig up the concrete floor?Thanks
 
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Old 09-18-06, 05:59 PM
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Argggggg!

You would have been better off it were three or four inches off.
No, you will have to remove some concrete. About a twelve in square around the existing drain. I'm sure that two inch 45's would be more then the 1 1/4" I think that if you had 1 - 2" 1/16 bend (221/2 deg.) and 1 - 2" street 1/16 bend that you would be real close to what you need. A street fitting means that it has both a male and female end. There should be a hole around the drain anyway, most fiberglass or plastic shower base pans have a drain that will extend an inch or so below finished grade anyway. Once your rough in is complete just pour about 2"s of roofing tar around the stand pipe. Keeps out critters.
 
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Old 09-19-06, 10:16 AM
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Kodiak--Shower Drain

Thank you,Richard. I will see what I can do digging it out.
 
 

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