Had to take a few days off to clear my mind.yes it is and you would need the 1-1/2 slipnut and washer on the pipe coming out of the wall. it offsets 2-1/2 inches. is that enough.
the second option you would end up with a regular p trap and an extension everything else would be solid piping.
what was in there before it broke?
UGLY!!!, get a 45 elbow to come out of the wall and get rid of the corrugated tail piece.Had to take a few days off to clear my mind.
There was a lot of muck in the pipe that was corroded,
I guess it broke due to age and lack of cleaning it out on my part.
I got the Flex 'N Fix P Trap that I ordered online. What else do I need
to buy to complete the installation? 1-1/2 slip nut and washer...do I need a P trap adapter coming out from the wall pipe?
Is this the right way to install it?
I left the nuts and washers out because I don't want to damage them.