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I tore out an old Durastall Shower square Stall in my basement that was very old and very gross. I intended to put in a 60" shower stall in the alcove, but the position of the drain in the floor won't really match the measurements of any unit available. 17" from back wall, 16 3/4" from side wall.

So I started looking into making my own concrete pan, most likely using the Goof Proof system, then just tiling the walls.

After removing the old pan, which seemed to be some kind of Corian type composite, it looks like the old shower drain sat on top of the pictured cast iron drain using a toilet wax ring...

Anyhow, here I am.

Is it possible to remove this cast iron piece with busting up the concrete? If not, which is the correct drain fitting to tie into it with?

Any and all advice is appreciated. Thanks.
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