Welcome! Here are the website rules, as well as some tips for using this forum.
Replacing old brass flanged tail piece
I am replacing a brass flanged tail piece under an old (circa 1950) dual basin laundry sink because it was leaking at the slip joint. I would like to replace the entire piece but I don't think anyone manufactures something with that big a flare these days. It is a 1.5" tube with a flare diameter of 2.5" at the top. There was a rubber seal (now carbonized) between it and the drain. The bottom of it goes into a slip joint on a P-trap. I am looking for ideas on how to replace it. I could try getting a 1.5" piece of brass tubing, anneal it, and try to flare or spin it out to match the original but that is a lot of work. It looks like someone repaired it before with a piece of copper tube and a coupler soldered. I suppose I could replace the bottom piece of copper with a new one. Thanks in advance for any thoughts.