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It's a tower drain, aka standing waste, and you can't make it shorter without limiting the water level in the tub, since it's also the overflow for the tub. Looks like there's already a pretty good description of them at

http://diy.stackexchange.com/questions/46954/how-does-an-external-tower-style-bathtub-drain-workHow does an external tower style bathtub drain work?

It's a tower drain, aka standing waste, and you can't make it shorter without limiting the water level in the tub, since it's also the overflow for the tub. Looks like there's already a pretty good description of them at

http://diy.stackexchange.com/questions/46954/how-does-an-external-tower-style-bathtub-drain-work

It's a tower drain, aka standing waste, and you can't make it shorter without limiting the water level in the tub, since it's also the overflow for the tub. Looks like there's already a pretty good description of them at

How does an external tower style bathtub drain work?

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It's a tower drain, aka standing waste, and you can't make it shorter without limiting the water level in the tub, since it's also the overflow for the tub. Looks like there's already a pretty good description of them at

http://diy.stackexchange.com/questions/46954/how-does-an-external-tower-style-bathtub-drain-work