Question regarding mating clay sewer pipe with PVC

I've seen some threads re: this problem, but I have what I think is a unique problem. I have a section of clay pipe cemented into the foundation that heads out from my cottage crawlspace to the septic tank. I'm replacing everything else under the cottage with PVC. As a result, I'd like to mate the new pvc stack with the clay outlet. Sounds simple, go to fernco, right?
The problem is that the clay section has a hub end, making it larger in diameter than its nominal width. If I cut the clay hub off, I'm too close to the foundation to successfully join the clay section with the pvc.
Would a 5" fernco fit on a 4" hub, or do they make these connectors for hub ends? Thanks for the help people, I'm in a bind.
Tennjed.
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"TennJed"
There's an adapter to go from inside the hub to PVC.
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Hey Thanks Mike,
Do you have a manufacturer or any leads on where in Boston area I could pick one up?
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They're common. Even Lowes or Home Depot might have them. Call the local supply store and ask them if they carry 4" Clay hub to 4" PVC adapters.
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