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Old 07-29-2020, 03:46 PM   #51
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I would have to say our codes differ....and in this country each state has some crazy codes..in all my years of different tub installs I have yet not be able to hook the tub waste up by planning ahead...
that may have its place but a bit pricey depending on where you use it...if you would have to rip open a finished ceiling and it will save a repair of sheetrock or other material then it would be worth it..just to use because you couldnt figure out how to get access the the tub drain..not so much...
Here I pay them 200$ and like I said previously people will refuse you doing the entire job if you tell them you need to open the ceiling below. People are nuts but that's how it is. It's also great because if you need to tighten or replace the faucet on a free standing tub all you have to do is lift the tub. I have a picture in the soap thread.


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Old 07-29-2020, 05:43 PM   #52
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This is what I use on freestanding tubs. Once it's roughed in, you just lower the tub down and the tailpiece seals automatically. any problems just pull the tub back up and out. Buy on Amazon for around 135.00, charge customer 245.00 !
I use them also. Usually for new residential jobs.
In the case i had, i had to relocate the drain below.
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Here I pay them 200$ and like I said previously people will refuse you doing the entire job if you tell them you need to open the ceiling below. People are nuts but that's how it is. It's also great because if you need to tighten or replace the faucet on a free standing tub all you have to do is lift the tub. I have a picture in the soap thread.


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$200.00 for some little rubber and plastic is a complete rip off..for $30 bucks its reasonable..but I guess they bend you over if you want the easy install..


here it is on amazon a bit cheaper..



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amazon cheaper..
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Bah, with the fees and export... 200$ or more anyway.
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Bah, with the fees and export... 200$ or more anyway.
4U..not me...
but it would have to be some sort of special something to spend the money for that..
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Bah, with the fees and export... 200$ or more anyway.
4U..not me...
but it would have to be some sort of special something to spend the money for that..
Meh, just charge the customer. Better then leaving a patch of drywall missing in the basement to complete the install on the finish...thats what we used to do untill these drains were invented.
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