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Another alternative is to drill new holes and cover with either the fixture or with a starboard plate.
I think this is what will end up happening, either starboard or teak plate. right now it's plumbed threw the teak cabinet, then a fixture like what sirius posted, like he said, I can always change out the knobs.


Thank you all, maybe I'll post it later when it's done

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Thought I would pass this on; My quest for a wall mounted bridge faucet has ended. I stumbled upon this website call Efaucets and this is what I found.



The brand is Elements of Design and they boast a 4"-9" adjustable centers. As it turns out the fixture is actually made for 6" centers and the attachable dog legs is what gives it its adjustabilty to accommodate the current 4-8" centers layouts.

Anywho, nice fixture, I have a matching horizontal fixture and oval bar sink coming so these, along with the teak cabs & granite look of the tops should look pretty sweet


Oh I should mention that the spout comes off and the shower wand attaches to it

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