Dishwasher/Garbage Disposal + Plumbing
I wouldn't call it "antique," more like just old. The house was built in the 1920's, and the sink looks like it was installed in the 70's. The previous owners didn't really take care of things, either. Like I had mentioned, the basket drains were too corroded to even remove normally. The sink has all kinds of garbage (maybe paint?) stuck to it. I used a scraper and went at it for a good hour, and most of it's off now.
When the previous owners installed the dishwasher, they literally cut out cabinets. Eventually, I plan on redoing the kitchen completely, since everything seems to have been done "just enough." There are still dead pipes sticking out underneath the sink!
Anywho. The way I connected everything, the dishwasher waste line loops (the loop is hung underneath the counter by the air gap), then connects to the air gap. The air gap then goes into the garbage disposal (yes, I already knocked out the covering in there).
So there should be no issues with such a long tube from the dishwasher to the air gap?