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Form N Fit 1-1/2 in. White Plastic Slip-Joint Sink Drain Tailpiece Extension Tube

  • Use to connect sink drain with p trap
  • Tailpiece includes required hardware for an easy installation
  • Constructed with a durable PVC material
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Product Overview

Plastic tubing underneath kitchen sink

Kitchen

Kitchen tubular products are available in 1-1/2” options and include p-traps, s-traps, j-bends, waste arms, extension tubes, and escutcheon plates.

Plastic tubing underneath bathroom sink

Bath

Bathroom tubular products are available in 1-1/4” options and include p-traps, s-traps, j-bends, waste arms, extension tubes, and escutcheon plates.

Plastic tubing underneath bathroom sink

General Tubular

Complete your kitchen or bathroom sink drain install project with Everbilt's expansive assortment of brass, plastic, and commercial drain products.

1-1/2" Kitchen

1-1/2" For Kitchen

1-1/2" tubular is suitable for kitchen sink drain applications.

1-1/4" Bathroom

1-1/4" For Bathroom

1-1/4" tubular is suitable for bathroom sink drain applications.

Polypropylene plastic tubing underneath kitchen sink

Plastic Tubular

Constructed of durable, impact-resistant polypropylene plastic.

Chrome-plated tubing underneath kitchen sink

Chrome-Plated Tubular

Constructed of a chrome-plated brass that will not corrode or oxidize.

Chrome-plated tailpiece

Tailpiece

Includes required hardware to allow for a quick and easy connection between the sink drain and garbage disposal.

Plastic wall tube

Wall Tube

Allows for a quick and easy installation by connecting the sink drain with the p-trap.

Chrome pop-up drain assembly

Pop-Up Assembly

Includes required hardware for an easy to assemble pop-up drain.

Plastic p-trap

P-Trap

Includes required hardware for an easy installation that keeps sewer gases from coming up the sink drain.

Chrome escutcheon plate

Escutcheon

Hides the hole that the kitchen sink drain pipe runs through, and offers utility while adding an elite look.

Plastic slip joint

Slip Joint Nut

Slip joint design makes it easy to create a watertight seal on to p-trap.

Connect tailpieces easily with the Everbilt Form N Fit 1.5 in. Slip Joint Tailpiece. Designed to provide precise alignment, it's perfect for connecting to 1.5 in. metal or plastic tailpieces. The adaptable accordion style design bends and compresses, expanding up to 11 in. Durable PVC and polypropylene construction provides long-lasting use. Includes a slip joint nut and washer. Maximum working pressure of 5 PSI.
  • Made of durable, white polypropylene material
  • Unique accordion-like design expands up to 11 in.
  • Includes slip joint nut and washer
  • Sized to fit 1-1/2 in. plumbing systems
  • Easy installation
  • Form N fit design
  • Can be used for kitchen or bathroom sinks. Use with reducing washer for bathroom sink applications.
  • Click here to learn more about how to replace a sink drain trap.

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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
1.75
Product Height (in.)
11.77
Product Width (in.)
1.75

Details

Application
Bathroom Sink,Kitchen Sink
Color Family
White
Color/Finish
White
Finish
White
Material
PVC
Pack Size
1
Plumbing Part Type
Other Sink Repair Part
Returnable
180-Day
Strainer Included
No

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
1 year

Questions & Answers

11Questions41Answers

I had a plumber tell me these are temporary and should not be used as a permanent fix. Is that t...

Asked by Lon January 19, 2017
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Only true if you want a plumber to custom fit your drain line. PVC is more permanent than the old chrome covered bronze which I have changed many. PVC does not rot like the old fittings did.

Which end does the gasket go on?

Asked by Jc April 10, 2016
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Under the collar with the flat side of washer against the collar and tapered side towards the pipe going inside.

How flexible is this?

Asked by cookie September 15, 2016
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Probably not. Made to do slight curves - up to90°. To make it to your drain pipe, you will need 2 smalls or one long, which Home Depot doesn't have.

does this pvc pip flex to connect to a horizontal pipe?

Asked by bp April 6, 2017
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Yes

Where does the gasket go

Asked by pat May 28, 2016
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Under the collar with the flat side of washer against the collar and tapered side towards the pipe going inside.

Can this be used on a tub overflow if I use trap adapters to go from slip joint to solvent weld?

Asked by ZJDiy June 19, 2019
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If it is easy accessible I would. Just so you can monitor it. Like most removable pieces, it will need to be visually accessible to know how it functions. If it is covered or impeded by anything, I would not.

Does using this type of pipe comply with building and plumbing codes in Washington state?

Asked by JC March 6, 2019
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I keep seeing them come up as discrepancies on inspection reports when a house comes up for sale. My speculations run the gamut. Might be a national code. Might be a viral myth amongst inspectors. Every inspector I know are knowledgeable, so the myth is unlikely. Regardless, I don't use the flexible couplers. A complete plastic drain kit is cheap and provides a fresh start. I always get extra parts too, extensions, elbows, tailpieces, and always a flexible coupler just in case. Whatever you don't need you can take back, but you don't have to make a special trip if you're short. Try not to open the packages. If a flexible coupler is before the trap, that would be crazy unsanitary with all of the pleats for stuff to hide in, accumulate, fester, smell, open to the indoor atmosphere. After the trap, the next guy is exposed to unnecessarily gruesome developments. You don't want to be the next guy. If it's being used as the trap, that's just begging for clogs. Replacing the entire drain system under a sink has become the easiest, even a fun project to do. Don't tighten everything up until everything fits just the way you want, be conservative in your cuts, test rigorously, tighten everything again in a week. Hand tightening with a tiny amount of tool torque does the trick. Don't overtighten. If as I ponder it's likely to be national code, it's because there are much better ways to do the job, cheaply and easily. Home Depot selling the flexible couplers regardless gets a bye from me. They can make a great solution for someone who has painted themselves into a corner, need a universal solution handy, or need a temp fix to get by. It is better than a leaky drain. Works well regardless of skill level. Every municipality I've dealt with defaults to the national code for plumbing, and electrical and all revisions thereof. The pleated, flex couplers are probably out of code no matter where you live.

To correct a sink to drain that is just one inch off center will this connection work?

Asked by Kev May 15, 2020
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Yes it will.

Does it smell if food got stuck in that corrugated part?

Asked by Sara August 5, 2020
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Yes it can smell as the food decomposes. If after the P-trap then you will not notice this but if before the P-trap you may notice some odors as the food rots.

Can this be used as Tub Drain pipe ?

Asked by MateNY July 25, 2020
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If the drain is 1-1/4" tubular size then this would work.

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Allowed me to fix what the other guy left.
Allowed me to fix what the other guy left.
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Very easy to assemble, redid my entire bathroom by myself, fresh paint, cabinet, granite deep bow...
Very easy to assemble, redid my entire bathroom by myself, fresh paint, cabinet, granite deep bowl sink, faucet & new toilet. All purchased @ HD. But Will say, the ever pipe was the easiest part of the entire project. Not to mention the great customer service from the M.O.D. He was very pleasant & made sure his guys assisted me in picking out what I needed, nothing more. (Didn’t want to return to HD 20 more times for returns or wrong sizes.
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The flexible pipe made a perfect connection between two drain pipes. A straight pipe could not ha...
The flexible pipe made a perfect connection between two drain pipes. A straight pipe could not have done the job.
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Easy to attach to pipe and works well
Easy to attach to pipe and works well
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After swapping out a bathroom vanity I saw that the pipes for the drain didn't line up. I took my...
After swapping out a bathroom vanity I saw that the pipes for the drain didn't line up. I took my picture to Home Depot and the guy in plumbing said I could use this flexible pipe to line it up. It worked and saved me a plumber call.
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I'm not a fan of flexible slip joint tailpieces, but I was in a rush and needed it. Since I neede...
I'm not a fan of flexible slip joint tailpieces, but I was in a rush and needed it. Since I needed to connect to a 1 1/2 in p-trap, I had to use a 1 1/2 to 1 1/4 washer(green, by Everbilt) to connect the top of this to the drain in my vanity. The bottom was nicely able to attach. If you can, get all rigid pieces vs flex. It can get very hard so ask an associate for help or look online for ideas. It's usually always possible to get it done but so far, I'm happy with this.
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It was exactly what I needed. I like the flexibility of it.
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