When I stubbed in a 2" pipe for a shower drain I got it off about
3/4". The shower tub fits down over the 2" pipe, but it is off
centered in the hole. Does anyone have any advice for solving this
More info would be helpful, Kind of pipe, how deep to the trap, length of
trap arm, is it a TUB or SHOWER. )Never heard of a shower tub. Shower pan,
yes. Bath tub, yes.)
Size of fixture. etc. you may be able to dig it out and cheat it over if you
roughed it in right.
If not, like Mike said.
what about your trap???
sounds like you need a rotohammer.
It is not the end of the world I have done this.
(moved it because homeowner changed mind)
I box the area around drains 1 1/2' x1 1/2' square, no cement.
My trap can piviot to make the standpipe go to center of shower.
I have considered useing a 5 gallon bucket to make bond out
holes for traps.
If it is a tub/shower enclosure you dont rough the pipe in to go to center
of drain hole, it is back near the overflow tube. you must mean shower pan.
It is hard to belive you can't move the pan/walls that much. Is this going
to be tile?
you could make a custom pan out of copper, well I dont know if YOU could
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