We purchased this old farmhouse sink for a renovation (I already regret this...), and I'm trying to fit a drain but the hole is about 1-3/16". The pic is an extra drain assembly I have where the 1-1/4" part of the tailpiece ALMOST fits.
So far, the plan I came up with is to use a step drill bit to widen the hole a little and then use a bar sink drain that is 1-1/4 outside diameter.
Then I would either fill the screw holes with epoxy and use a removable 4-1/2" diameter strainer, or install a screw in plate style strainer with some rubber gaskets.
I also had a plumber come for another project who suggested we should cut off the horn at the bottom to allow the installation of a 4-1/2" kitchen sink drain. Hesitant to do this though...
Pics of proposed solutions are included, thanks in advance for any help or just to say if I'm on the right track!
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