I need to move the toilet back about 3" from where it was originally set to get to the standard 12" rough-in distance. I had to cut the concrete slab and dig into the dirt below. I was planning on going down to just above where the pipe enters the main drain line and adding in two 22.5 or 45 degree connectors to displace the top of the pipe to the proper location, but to my dismay there are 2 copper pipes running in the way about 2" below the bottom of the slab so I won't be able to move the toilet pipe, but will need to use an offset flange.
The offset flanges I have found only have about a 1.5" offset. Can I stack 2 of these, to get the offset I need and go over the pipe, or is going over the water pipes or stacking 2 offset flanges a code violation? At this point I'm into this pretty heavy so almost any solution is possible EXCEPT trying to move the water pipes. Any input is welcome.
The distance from the top of the copper pipe to the top of the new tile floor will be 7" at the back of the pipe to 7.5" at the left. The wall is to the left and the 2 black dashes on the top/bottom are the 12" marks.