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    Jun 12, 2006, 05:08 AM
    Shower installation
    Hi There

    New here.Can anybody help me with step by step installation
    Of a shower (meaning heights from trap to pan).

    Thanks Guys
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    Jun 12, 2006, 05:21 AM
    Quote Originally Posted by josuac
    Hi There

    New here.Can anybody help me with step by step installation
    of a shower (meaning heights from trap to pan).

    Thanks Guys
    The average shower installation will run from the shower floor up to the center of the shower valve, 48 inches. From the shower floor up to the center of a drop eared ell it's 72 inches or 24 inches from the center of the shower valve. From trap to pan varies according to the depth if the shower drain pipe. Is this what you wished to know? Regards, Tom

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