Forum Title: Abs to cast 4 inch stack
Hey guys I'm new and remodeling my bathroom. I have used mission clamps to tie cast into plastic before but this situation is different. it is the upstairs bathroom. I have to move the toilet 6 inches to the left as you look at the picture because of code ceiling height requirements. My question is how do I tie this into cast legally.. I assume I have to cut the wye out with a soil snapper but that seems impossible because the cast wye goes into the other floor to which I have no access unless I remove a bunch of plaster which I don't want to do.. Is there anyway to extend this.. What is the easiest way? Thanks
Category: Plumber Post By: ARNOLD SCHWARTZ (New Rochelle, NY), 02/25/2016

in the first picture, 6'' to the left is twards the beam in the other picture 6'' to the left is away from the beam. i will call the 1st pic pic A 2nd is pic B which direction is ths toilet moving ? if, 6'' in pic A you have a code problem. toliet minimum from side wall is 15'' from finished walll to center toilet

- DONALD HERNANDEZ (Jupiter, FL), 09/27/2017

Quote: Originally Posted by frodo in the first picture, 6'' to the left is twards the beam in the other picture 6'' to the left is away from the beam. i will call the 1st pic pic A 2nd is pic B which direction is ths toilet moving ? if, 6'' in pic A you have a code problem. toliet minimum from side wall is 15'' from finished walll to center toiletAttachment 11055 Right im not moving it towards the exterior wall but the other way. I clear 15inches from the wall and the tub that you are not seeing in the picture. Also where the toilet ring is .. 100 years ago or so they decided to cut out a joist and it just rests on that. I'm confident I can move it with a 45 .. And move it 6 inches but I don't know how to connect it to the cast.. Do I have to do a new wye at the 4 inch waste stack?I think the inspector said donuts are illegal so I'm just not sure how to tie it all together thanks

- ZACHARY SANDOVAL (Yuba City, CA), 10/10/2017

Can you remove more of the flooring, and make the move on the horizontal?

- LESLIE FRAZIER (Rockford, IL), 10/12/2017

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