help cutting in a temporary shower

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  1. bear40

    bear40 New Member

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    I am putting in a temporary shower and will have to put in a pump up system and have two questions I need help with.

    Will the pump up sink units handle a shower unit? Based on volume it looks like they will but just want to make sure.

    I was going to run a temporary cut in to a drain line in a lav. thru an a ajoining wall. Can I cut into the the 1 1/4 drain above the floor with some sort of y so I can remove it later.

    Thanks in advance for any advice Tom
     
  2. jadnashua

    jadnashua Retired Defense Industry Engineer xxx

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    As I understand it, a shower requires a 2" drain line. You might have a problem. My unprofessional opinion.
     
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