Cut the cast-iron off just behind the hub and use a banded coupling to go to PVC.
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Sorry, I tried yesterday. I will just supply the link to the picture. I have heard that the old way was a bunch of lead was melted in the collar but this pipe is so old I don't think I can pull it out. I was thinking about cutting it off above the collar and cleaning it up and using a neoprene pipe adapter to go from the cast iron to pvc? Thanks,http://postimg.org/image/us9q7wn1z/
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