Relocation of Toilet Flange

Old 05-24-16, 01:29 PM
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Relocation of Toilet Flange

Here is my dilemma, I am moving a toilet flange about 3 feet and I need insert a tee into a straight pipe that is only 9" long and the pipes on both sides of the 9" will not move very much. I could cut off the old flange and tie into that pipe but the waste would make a big loop and I am worried about clogs. Worst case I could bust open the drywall below and cut out everything and start over but that is a something I really do not want to do. I am looking for ideas.

Thanks in advance for your help.
Old 05-24-16, 01:33 PM
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Use no hub couplings if needed..................

You can roll back the rubber part to fit the pipe..

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