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Old 06-30-2009, 10:56 AM  
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I was talking about doing it as shown with the red line I added.



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I was talking about doing it as shown with the red line I added.
Ahhhh! That would work as well! Thanks for the thought and effort. I'm going to lose that 4" space anyway so I'll probably go over in a straight shot... easier for cleanout, easier to pipe, etc. Thanks for all your help!

Btw, I forgot to mention my city inspector says the new code allows for 6 feet from the vent to the chrome on the sink (which I am assuming means the p-trap, etc) using 1 1/2" pipe. So I should be good!

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