Rear kitchen sink drain position problematic?


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Old 09-12-07, 01:57 PM
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Question Rear kitchen sink drain position problematic?

I am trying to choose a new kitchen sink for my remodel. Same size cabinet. The sink I have now has the drain in the center. I've found a new one that is roughly the same size as the existing single basin. The new sink is a couple inches lower and the drain is offset towards the rear. The drain enters the wall at about 15 1/2 inches above the finished floor, and it is positioned about 3 inches left of center in relation to the sink drain.

Will a rear sink drain position make it difficult routing the trap connections from the disposal to the drain in the wall? Can this be accomplished totally within the cabinet? Or will it involve going into the wall and changing the position of the drain tee.
 

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Old 09-13-07, 10:51 AM
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The answer is obvious to me now.

After making a drawing of the base cabinet, the position of the drain tee, and the sink drain plus diameter of disposal I decided it won't fit. Much easier to look at on a piece of paper in two dimensions.
 
 

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