I would not risk it. That is too close to the OSB and the other wood above it. Cut into the wall above, and extend the piping. A little bit of drywall isn't worth burning your house down.
Great idea, that's much simpler and safer. Thanks!
I would attempt it..not attempt, i would do it you need a piece of sheet metal. with a slot cut into to it as a flame guard. next. drill a hole in the cap. to let out any water that is trapped. heat the cap, by directing the flame away from the wood. remove cap. extend cap. this is not a diy job. this is a job for an experienced plumber. it can be done. have a fire extinguisher available during any hot work
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