So if i came off of the drain at about a 45 deg angle, swap the flex for a straight extension like what youve shown and then hit that with another 45 to the sink drain, that would work? Is flex a no-go in plumbing? I'm just a poor DIYer who cant afford an actual plumber, so just curious. Thanks again.
You need an extension tail piece from the pop-up assembly to the the P-trap do not use that flex **** ImageUploadedByPlumbing Forum1464475105.552583.jpg
There are many existing threads here as to why you should avoid that flexible tubing, as well as how to fix what you got.
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