I'm installing a shower pan (this one, to be exact) into my condo unit, but I don't think the drain pipe is a standard size. It's a metal pipe, here are some photos of it:
I measured the pipe to be 1-11/16" (inside diameter) and it looks like most metal pipes come in 1/4" increments, so I'm not sure what my best course of action is here. I'm guessing I'll need to get the closest size down (1-3/4") and weld it onto the drain pipe, and then buy a shower drain that can connect to the metal pipe (or use a rubber gasket which is squeezed around the pipe) for the drain on the shower pan.
Also somewhat related—the top of the metal pipe was connected to the overflow drain on the tub that used to be there (I assume). Is there an easy way to cap that off as well?