07:16AM | 05/11/06
Member Since: 05/10/06
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I just purchased a new four foot tub (yes four foot) I would like to try to install it myself. I am game to try'er out but obviously a bit nervous. Can someone walk me through some steps and tools required. Like if I pull the tub up what to expect, what do I disconnect. I have a crawl space beneath the house and a closet to access the pipes. I have done some research and am fairly handy.




10:16AM | 05/11/06
Member Since: 01/24/06
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What type of waste are you planning to use Trip, lever tip toe , Universal?

How far is the trap from the vent and what materials are you going to use for water supply?..Do you know how to level the tub

Is the existing piping lead, galvanized, cast iron, plastic or copper or other materials?

Depending on the type of piping you have there would depend on the tools required
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