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Can I omit the tail pipe on a drain kit ?
The drain kit is black plastic material and I a tad smaller then my pvc so, I would have to add an adapter. If I leave the tailpipe on the drain attachment sits higher then the floor. If I omit the tailpipe it is a perfect height.
 

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Can I omit the tail pipe on a drain kit ?
The drain kit is black plastic material and I a tad smaller then my pvc so, I would have to add an adapter. If I leave the tailpipe on the drain attachment sits higher then the floor. If I omit the tailpipe it is a perfect height.
Sure you can, you can do anything you want.

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Can you post a picture of what it looks like?
As long as you can have a p-trap connect to the tub waste and overflow, you should be good. The tailpiece allows you to connect to plumbing that is lower, but as long as you can fit it up, you're good. :)
 

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What the hell! Was just looking for some honest plumbing advice.
Read forum rules would be my first piece of advice. No one here likes to work for free, which includes years, and sometimes decades of learning.


 

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Read forum rules would be my first piece of advice. No one here likes to work for free, which includes years, and sometimes decades of learning.


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Women… just wanted to make sure it wouldn’t cause water flow issues. Thank you !
Woman, with an "A". Unless you're telling us you suffer from chimerism or multiple personality disorder.
 
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