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Old 07-29-2008, 06:54 AM   #1
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i'm just fitting a decking out side but the external s bend in the kitchen sink is too high can i replace it with a straight or do i have to keep the s bend?

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Your question doesn't provide enough detail to make sense. Can you possibly post a picture of what you're dealing with?

Where are you located? From your post I'm gathering that this specific piece of plumbing is located on the exterior of your home???

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