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Old 04-21-2010, 09:56 AM   #16
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what kinda wrench would help?


It can be cut to remove it. How about putting it back together. You still need room to work if using the same mat's. I just have this thing about sparks inside walls and something maybe smoldering unbeknownst to me.

I guess I was just reverse engineering the installation.

Got a variable speed jigsaw? Maybe try a couple of metal cutting blades, if you want to cut it out without throwing sparks.


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Old 05-02-2010, 10:02 AM   #17
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thanks everyone for all of your post to date. i've let the project gather some dust. luckily, we have a second bathroom.

in reviewing all of the posts so far, it sounds like everyone agrees that I need to get the the nipple on the inside of shower/tub off with a pipe wrench. so, that's my next move.

the problem is that this section of pipe is pretty well plastered in. so, now im wondering what tool i should use to start separating the plaster from the pipe, so turning it isnt a problem. here's a couple of pics to show the plaster from front, and again from the back.

thanks again everyone.







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