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Unread 04-14-2019, 09:19 AM   #10
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Might be a bit late now, but if you selected a linear drain you could keep your current drain location. It would also make your mud bed construction easier by having only one plane. If you want the center drain, then yes, you need to move the location.
How old is your trap? If older and/or made from metal (cast iron/copper), I'd elect to replace for sure. If plastic, it might be ok. If you move the drain location, you'll install a new trap under the drain anyway.

You might have to use a bigger concrete saw (worm-gear preferably) or a rotary hammer. Your current setup looks like it'll be painful to execute properly (lots of work, little progress). I'd buy or rent something like a mid-sized Boschhammer. It'll come in handy with other concrete work in the future if you buy it.
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