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It should work fine. There are plenty of plumbers installing the Gerber right now.
I assemble the two parts on the tub first, and the glue the two pieces with the santee last. If the shoe is a little crooked, it leaks.
The vent needs to be behind the p-trap, not part of it.
We are using combos for venting on the horizontal like that.
If that doesn't fit though, then do what you can. I installed plenty of santees like...
Here is a picture of a Norris wall hung toilet from 1965. This was installed in the family home and replaced ten years ago with a 1.6, which...
I like this one without screws. Watco 901 tub drain.
The streaks on the tub were from the old waste and overflow.
I would move your drain location. I have not used Schluter, but there must be some better options than trimming off one side.
I think I would pull the screws out one at a time and reinstall with some Silicone on them.
The drain kits use a santee.
They come with the overflow and the shoe parts, you supply the santee.
Those look like what I had growing up. At least until my mother took a sledge hammer to the bathroom.
Plumbers are required to use solvent weld tub waste and overflows. Which seems weird because with some tubs we wind up using the Gerberit brand...
Every hardware store carries the Delta parts for the shower and the kitchen faucet.
The shower is a Delta 600 series, and you must be very...
You can swivel the trap and maybe pick up that much, or put a 45 at the wall and head toward the drain if needed.
New cabinet? Check to see if...