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Old 03-01-2010, 12:02 PM   #1
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Just when I thought I had a productive weekend towards completeing my kitchen remodel I hit a problem, after hooking up my garbage disposal, then the elbow that comes with it, then the Tee for the 2nd bowl, and then the Pee trap, I sit below my wall DWV outlet. My house has cast iron DWV pipes, and was wondering what I could use to lower the outlet i.e. what type of tools, to cut, and if I could install PVC or if I have to keep using cat iron. My walls a completely finished on the kitchen side, but I could removed the sheetrock from the garage side and do my thing.


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Old 03-01-2010, 12:41 PM   #2
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Sure, expose the drain, cut out ci sant, install pvc schedule 40 sant with no hub or fernco fittings, run new drain to sink

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Old 03-01-2010, 09:43 PM   #3
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can you just shorten the tubing coming out bottem of baffled -t to raise the trap higher?
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instead of the elbow coming out of the disposer can you run a tailpiece to raise the trap
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Thanks for the feedback. I ended up installing a Pee trap on each run and then doing a Yee at the wall inlet,avoiding the Tee on the disposal side kept me at the same level as the wall inlet.
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