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Hi there. I'm in the process of moving and attic bathroom several feet for some better head room, and so I don't hit my head when I use the toilet. Anyways, the one dilemma I'm having is the toilet drain. I have to move the closet flange approximately 8 feet, and the joists are 2x8. Also, I'm dealing with 3" pvc. Would this be able to be done with the correct pitch, and still be able to fit the connection under the subfloor? The drain pipe would have to go through one joist, but for the most part the drain will run parallel with the joist. I am hiring a plumber, but just wanted to get some other thoughts.

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