Utility Sink Vent

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Brad Garrison

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Hi, first time posting. I moved into a new house and I want to put a utility sink in the basement. There is already plumbing done that looks to be ready for a sink and toilet to be installed. My main question is with installing the p drain for the sink and if I need to do anything as far as a vent pipe goes or not? I think the p drain install is doable, but then looking online I saw vent pipes as a thing I wasn't aware of (always learning) and now am a little confused if I'm good to do this myself or not. There are two tee's coming off the vertical pipe you can see in the picture. Any help appreciated!

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I think I can knock this out. My only concern which may stop me is the end cap on the top tee in my first pic. I probably need to cut this off, but doing so will be so close to the end of the tee leaving no room to add pipe. Does this mean the tee should be cut out and replaced? I'm not sure I want to get that involved
 
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