Catching both sinks in double vanity

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Dmt78

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I’m trying to set up drain and vent for double vanity in bathroom. Code is IPC. The end of the vanity will be where the 2x4 is laying at the bottom left corner of photo. The drain comes up almost directly where the left sink will fall. The fitting is not glued yet. Best way to handle this?
I found the second photo on the forums from Terry. Would this be my best bet?
This vent is for the whole bathroom.
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Yes, that works for the IPC. The top san-tee could be a street fitting.

Cheers, Wayne
 

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Yes, that works for the IPC. The top san-tee could be a street fitting.

Cheers, Wayne
So this shouldn’t cause any siphoning of the p traps correct? This main pipe is 2” and I’ll switch to 1 1/2” out of the stub outs.
 

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It's an allowable vertical wet vent, and with 2" on the vertical there's no issue.

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