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Old 11-29-2015, 12:53 AM   #1
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Need help finding plumbing/bath tub drainage supplies

Hello guys, anyone here have experience replacing bathtubs and drainage piping? I am installing a new tub but today's newer tubs overflow drains do not line up directly with the old piping so I am in need of help finding this specific "flexible bath overflow" kit around lower mainland asap if anyone knows of a supply shop.. I have tried rona, home hardware, and home depot but all they have are just chrome kits and not the flexible tubing connected.


https://www.plumbingsupply.com/flexi...ub-drains.html

p.s. first time installing new bath so any helpful advice would be appreciated. Thanks so much!
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I'll try that, need more locations, seems like nobody carries these kits around.
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Just type in plumbing wholesale on google
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Looks like you can just buy a pre-assembled abs kit and just make up the difference in offset using a combination of 22.5 or 45* elbows, no?
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Ive been a service plumber for a couple years and I've always bought from EMCO and Andrew Sherets. Im sure if you go there and ask what you want, they can give you some options from what they have.
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Emco, Sherets, and Wolseley are the main suppliers to plumbing companies here. I'd be surprised if you can't what you need from them.
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too bad its not local, need it asap =[
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Why do you need that specific kit?
You can offset your overflow pipe on 45/22 to suite your old drain pipe.
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