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Old 11-23-2012, 09:52 PM   #1
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In redoing kitchen I noticed my current kitchen drain is not in center of sink cabinet. It looks to be about 6 inches off from center. Can i still install the drain without an issue? I may have to run the pipe lateral a few inches. Can this be done without an issue?

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Old 11-23-2012, 10:02 PM   #2
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Got a picture?
As long as it runs down hill it should be fine.

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Yep--as long as the drain is inside the base cabinet you will be able to make that work---
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May want to try 2, 45's.
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on a standard double bowl kitchen sink the drain holes are 8 inches off center. but like oh"mike said as long as it's in the cabinet it will work
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In redoing kitchen I noticed my current kitchen drain is not in center of sink cabinet. It looks to be about 6 inches off from center. Can i still install the drain without an issue? I may have to run the pipe lateral a few inches. Can this be done without an issue?

I had same issue when going from an old double bowl sink to a new single bowl. remedt was to use a 1.5" 45 fitting on the stub out from the wall then a short piece of 1.5 then the trap adaptor
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This is at least a two trip to the hardware store. LOL
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This is at least a two trip to the hardware store.
What is the "this" that you refer to?

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