Please bear with me - I know just enough to be dangerous.
I have installed a new granite counter and attached sink in the bathroom. Had no problem hooking up the faucet or supply lines, but the new sink is lower than the old. Short of paying someone to move my supply line coming out of the wall, how can I make the stub out hook into the drain pipe (they are about 5 inches apart which is wider than the normal P trap)? I have bought all sorts of P traps, flexible tubes, etc. Some plumber at HD told me to lengthen the stub out, but I'm not I want to tackle that without some more advice. My stub out is attached with a metal nut to a pipe that curves down, so I can't lengthen without removing it.
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