I need to r&r my sewer line under the house. It is some old non-clay like pipe that is in sections. This stuff is brittle and falling apart. I had connected to city sewer several years ago with pvc. Pvc runs up to the house, where it makes a 45 degree turn, followed by a pvc T which is used for the clean out stub up and the old pipe connects just past it. The pipe runs in about a 45 degree angle under the house, about 30 to 32 inches below grade.
I have what looks like a 2 inch water line (iron pipe from the rusty look of it) running parallel with the footer about 6 inches away from the footer. It runs about 3 to 4 feet, then goes under the footer, then up out of the ground. It is about 14 inches below grade.
I don't want to dig up this old line. It would be a big pain as it goes about 17 - 18 feet under the house. What I would like to do is stub the line up as close to the foundation wall as I can under the house and hang pipe. What i was thinkin was to place a 4 inch stub connected to a 90 elbow to get it under the foundation, then use two 45's or one 90 sweep to turn it towards the clean out. Once I get it around to connecting the new line, I'll remove the cleant out T and connect there (with some type of clean out).
Here is a drawing (top view)
Does this look OK to do?