I pulled out my fiberglass shower enclosure and replace with a tile base. I only found this drain in stock
Is it OK just to use that? This is basement shower and concrete foundation. So basically I will remove the white nut and plastic/paper gasket and tile up to the lip of the threaded pipe inside. I guess it will be hard to make adjustment up and down on the cover, right?
OR do I use this kinda of shower drain?
There is also a round version but none are available in stock and I have to wait few weeks...
This is the plumbing with 1.5" pipe with male threaded
NOTE: I know 1.5" is not up to code as 2" is required. But this is in basement concrete foundation and I am not planning to make a big mess. 1.5" works fine for me many years.
This is the piece that screw in the male pipe before when there was a fiberglass shower pan
That white piece is basically a female 1.5" to 2" male.
That piece is already raising the level like 1". So the less height, the better for me. "That" is why I was thinking about using the thinner version of another fiberglass drain assembly.