ramp sink


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Old 10-04-05, 10:36 PM
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I am having ramp sinks made out of granite for my master bath vanity. How does my builder attach a drain to the slit in the end of the ramp sink?
 
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Old 10-05-05, 04:58 AM
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marilynlandon, Welcome to the DIY Forums.
The company that makes the sinks will have to install the proper hole(s) for the plumber to connect the drain lines. If they have done this type of work before, they know what is necessary. Good luck.
 
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Old 10-05-05, 07:39 AM
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More than likely the sink will be cantered to one end with an opening cast into the sink itself. The mfg. of the product probably installs a cardboard sleeve in the sink to allow for a pop-up assembly or other special drain with a 1.25" bore.


Contact the mfg. of the sink so that you don't have any troubles when the sink arrives. Sometimes sinks like these because of the cost sometimes have the drains already included. I have installed numerous vessel sinks and some of them had the drain parts ready to assemble
 
 

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