Bathroom Remodel = How to Wet Vent via Concrete slab with existing drains

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Sanders H.

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Hello to all,

I just realized I may have put this in the wrong forum...Any assistance would be appreciated.

I am in a pickle in what do to about the wet venting in my small bathroom remodel, where I am turning (at the behest of the other) a room which had a double sink vanity, toilet and tub/shower combo into a separate tub, shower and toilet. The vanity will stay in place.

I have read multiple posts on this site about wet venting and I am all over the place on the proper way for a wet vent configuration, which fittings to use, etc.

What is the best way to wet vent this space:
Connect a double wye to split the connection:
1) Thoughts on the angle and long sweep to the 4" sewer pipe
2) A wye connector going to the original 2" drain for air
3) The second line going towards the tub and shower and splitting off to each t-trap

I would definitely appreciate your thoughts on this one.

Thank you,
Sanders
 

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