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    Vertical wet vent on 45 degree for shower and tub

    Okay I get what you're saying. I keep forgetting the trap arm outlet doesn't have to be in line with the P-trap. The block is indeed running parallel to the y-axis as shown in this drawing. It's actually slightly notched for the vent to make it to the wall. I'll have to try it with fittings to...
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    Vertical wet vent on 45 degree for shower and tub

    Thanks for the reply John but I don't think I have enough vertical space for that configuration. Wayne, I like this idea a lot, simpler to understand and execute than my idea. I'll have to go with your 1st idea since I'm close to the 5' trap arm on on the shower drain. For the tub vent, can I...
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    Vertical wet vent on 45 degree for shower and tub

    Yes I believe I can have the traps at the same elevation, the drawing isn't completely to scale. The dry vent that is already there is actually 1-1/2" so I'm glad that can still work. It's a crawlspace underneath so it doesn't necessarily need to be within a joist bay. There is already the...
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    Vertical wet vent on 45 degree for shower and tub

    Hello, I'm looking to add a shower to an existing bathtub drain and have learned a lot from this forum so far. However I'm bit confused on horizontal vs vertical wet venting, especially when adding 45s to the mix. Would what I have pictured work? The shower would enter as a horizontal wet vent...
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