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Old 10-04-2011, 06:45 AM  
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Default Vannity Drain pipe in wall. Need help!

I have a problem I am installing a new vanity in my powder room. I am moving the new vanity about 7 feet away from the existing one. I took down an interior wall to reconfigure the space. But the problem I have is that some of the studs are too close together to get a hole saw into the space. How do I cut the holes. for the new drain?



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Hole Hawgs and a right-angle drill will do the job nicely. I've seen both at better tool rental outfits (RSC, etc.) if you don't want to spend the $300 +/- to buy them.

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