Vanity drain update

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I am installing a vanity and the old one had this drain configuration. I was looking for a Fernco coupling to go from the 1-1/4 pipe coming out of the wall to the wall arm of the p-trap. I would like to get rid of the copper offsets that are currently installed. I am trying to avoid going into the wall and reconfiguring the drain. Any ideas or suggestions? Thanks
 

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Does the pipe out of the wall measure 1.375 OD?
 

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I am installing a vanity and the old one had this drain configuration. I was looking for a Fernco coupling to go from the 1-1/4 pipe coming out of the wall to the wall arm of the p-trap. I would like to get rid of the copper offsets that are currently installed. I am trying to avoid going into the wall and reconfiguring the drain. Any ideas or suggestions? Thanks
The pipe appears to be 1-1/4" chrome tube. It looks like the 45 is reduced with a bushing to fit the tube. I was thinking of cutting the tube at the 45 and cleaning it up. I thought I could use a 1-1/4" slip joint coupling to connect the trap. Does that make sense?
 
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