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Utility sink drain replacement

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ejk

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I have a standard utility (slop) sink. The opening for the drain is 2" and the pvc piping below it is 1.5". I need to replace the PVC drain that came with the sink and am having a devil of a time finding a replacement. In addition, wondering if I should replace with brass instead of PVC drain. The reason it needs to be replaced is that the threads on the drain used to screw the connector below it onto the drain are stripped. Any help would be appreciated. I have been back and forth to Home Depot and Loews and you would think I'm looking for a rare object.
 

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I am pretty sure a "bar" sink drain is what you need.
They are always in stainless or brass.
Plumbing supply shop typically stock them.
 

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Some of these sinks come with them molded into the sink. That is not the case with this one is it/
 

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