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Old 08-12-2010, 08:55 AM   #1
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Shower to tub drain


I am changing a stand up shower to a bathtub. It is raised 6" and the drain lines up fairly close, however I have the shower flange protruding about 2" above the concrete floor that needs converted to a tub drain, Are they just screw or glued onto the drain pipe? Since I have that 2" to work with I'm hopeing I dont have to break concrete but I have no clue how its conected and dont care to break anything gettin that sucker off.

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Shower to tub drain


Take a picture of what you have now---post it if you can---It will speak a thousand words.

Some one will give you the best method to change that to a tub---Mike---

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