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Old 12-02-2009, 12:42 PM   #1
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Needd Help Finding the right Drain


I recently purchased a new farmhouse sink that is approx an inch thick, that takes a standard 3 1/2 in drain. I ordered an oil rubbed bronze drain/strainer(which matches my other hardware) online, but it just isn't deep enough for my thick sink. I would've needed another 1/2"..

So I've been looking online today for a while, trying to find a deep throated drain, but it seems most drains don't list the deepness of the threads. Does anyone know of a supply place that has drains for thicker sinks like mine? Thanks for the help!

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