Moving & adding drain


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Old 12-22-17, 02:03 PM
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Moving & adding drain

Hello all, I'm in the middle of renovating my bathroom. I am looking to move my current drain roughly 1 foot for the bathtub and add an additional drain for a walk in shower roughly 5 feet away. Can I tee into the current 2" drain line just behind the p-trap for the new shower drain? Not sure how easily I could tie into the main without tearing down a section of my closet. I've included a picture to help.
 
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Old 12-22-17, 04:00 PM
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Here's two more photo's after I cleaned out some of the dirt. There's two copper lines running over the drain line which I have no idea where they lead, and there is also an unknown pvc pipe on the lower end of the trench that I didn't see before. The bathroom is on two exterior walls and no other water near by...I believe the bathroom has been remodeled a few times and it's possible those where from a previous lay out...Any way to check to see if that pvc is a drain?
 
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