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Vegas Plumber
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Well if funds are not an issue then you could use a MIG welder to weld a support from each of the legs perpendicular to the drain line and add a clamp to the drain at its intersection for the support. :thumbsup:

If funds are an issue then I would simply add a clause to my work order that I am not responsible for neglect or damage to the plumbing system by others:whistling2:. But I am available 24/7 to repair any damage done:rolleyes:
Of course there will be a cost incurred by the owner for this service.:thumbup:

People are funny, make it cost enough and they will stop abusing the plumbing.:laughing:
 

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Vegas Plumber
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OK, I'm going to pick on ya just a little bit. But ya got my back so I hope you don't take it too hard. WTF!!!! Na, just kidding. :laughing:

The only problem I see with this is the health department. They only want cleanable surfaces. That has way too many cracks and carious for bacteria to form and it can't be easily cleaned. The metal is not stainless steal or painted to withstand cleaning or bacteria. I think they might give you or the restaurant some grief over it.:eek:

Here's an Idea, now that I've seen the pic and know what you've been talking about. How about a piece of stainless steel strap? About an inch wide, wrap it around the pipe and the support and screw it to the support.;)
 
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