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Old 06-30-2013, 10:45 AM   #1
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kitchen sink. i have to run it inside an outside wall. to the original roof vent that is very close by. i think i will have to drill the top plate. so i want to keep the hole as small an needed.

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kitchen sink drain = 2", 2 9/16" bit
kitchen sink vent" 1.5", 1 1/8" bit

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kitchen sink drain = 2", 2 9/16" bit
kitchen sink vent" 1.5", 1 1/8" bit
E..... You're good, but I bet ya can't make that work
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E..... You're good, but I bet ya can't make that work
You're right- I fixed the typo- 1.5" pipe takes a 2 1/8" bit
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E just greases that pipe up and hammers it through.....
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1.5" pipe takes a 2 1/8" bit
i just measured my 1 1/2 pipe. looks like 2" would take it easy. am i missing something ?
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Could if he has a vent shrinker.

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