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06-09-20, 09:51 AM
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Posted By Pilot Dane

The general rule of thumb is that 1/3 of a post...

The general rule of thumb is that 1/3 of a post is buried in the ground. In reality most people don't go any deeper than about 32" as that's as deep as the most commonly used hole augers will go.
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Posted By PJmax

You'd need to make sure your existing system can...

You'd need to make sure your existing system can handle the additional load.
Don't use PVC. Use tin/steel like what is there.
You could use a piece of flex from the main to your new outlets.
You...
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Posted By Hal_S

Old landlord trick - for the emergency...

Old landlord trick - for the emergency "something's leaking" call from a tenant,
the best emergency solution I've found is metal HVAC tape...
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Posted By PJmax

Those old steel pipes will be hard to break...

Those old steel pipes will be hard to break loose. You're more than likely going to find that elbow into the wall pretty well filled up with waste. You would need to remove it and clean all the way...
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Posted By Norm201

Sure, why not? If it were me, I would make...

Sure, why not?

If it were me, I would make one trip to HD and buy more than what I need. You'll want to remove the piping at the wall. Get a plastic adapter and re-plumb with a standard P-trap....
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Posted By manden

Hard to tell from the photo but it looks to me...

Hard to tell from the photo but it looks to me that there is a P trap that faces the back and everything drains out the cast pipe at the back wall.

I agree that it needs a entire replacement....
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