The drain line for my kitchen sink currently drops vertically through the subfloor and makes a 90 degree turn in the joist bay below.
I am relocating the sink, pushing it about 20" back, e.g., perpendicularly away from the horizontal run of the drain. In order to keep the vertical drain in the sink cabinet, I would have to make a 45 degree bend below the sanitary tee and then run at that angle through the cabinet base and into the joist bay, and then tie into the horizontal run from there.
Would this be allowed by code? Would it lead to clogs?