An 1/8 bend street ell plus a standard 1/8 bend ell ought to be about
right. If you're really clever, you could put most any bend in a 12"
section with a heat gun. Electrical workers do this with plastic (PVC)
conduit routinely for minor corrections.
Those plastic oddities suggested by dpb are really neat, though.
Agree w/ the bending; I just figured would show "the high-priced spread"
I don't recall where I first came across these but they are the
quick'n'easy way, particularly if the riser is in place or there's
access problem issue in existing construction you can generally rotate
one of these puppies from the upper opening w/o any other access needed.
If it's doggone close, another alternative is a long flexible coupling,
I mentioned Fernco flex coupling in a followup sidebar w/ Joe...I'll
note that for a waste pipe w/ no pressure if it's a little too much for
a genuine Fernco, you can use any decent quality hose and regular band
clamps and make the transition whatever length is convenient that way.
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