Hello to all . I am a jack of all trades and master of , well cant think of anything . As I have seen here reading the replies to questions from other people , That there are enough masters here , and I would like to thank you all for giving us advice and helping us save money and letting us know that we may or may not be making a mistake . DIY has nothing on this web site . Anyway I need to remove my mothers bathtub and install a shower , due to her health . I'm going to put a 36" x 48" pan , and tile around it with a built in seat . I have a concrete slab on grade 1970 . The tub drain is approx. 10" from the wall ( right side ). at Lowe's / HD the hole for the shower pan drain is in the center . My tub drain looks like it makes an immediate right turn . Am I correct in thinking that it makes a right and goes to the wall . and then down , and all I will have to do is extend the drain pipe and slope it by raising the shower an 1" or 2 . Thank you .This is what being an american is all about , People helping people
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Replacing a tub/ a shower