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#11 O-Rings (10-Pack)

$2.27 /each

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Install DANCO #11 O-Rings (10-Pack) on a faucet (not included) to help eliminate leaks and drips at the spout. These replacements O-rings are constructed from durable rubber that withstands harsh chemicals. Inside diameter is 9/16 in.

  • Black rubber construction provides durability
  • Easy replacement helps save water and energy
  • Helps to eliminate leaks in many applications, such as faucet drips at the spout (faucet not included)
  • Use on various manufacturers' faucets
  • 9/16 in. I.D. x 3/4 in. O.D. x 3/32 in. wall
  • Withstands harsh chemicals
  • Pack of 10 o-rings




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Is this the same size as a standard -011 O-ring?

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December 3, 2015
Is this the same size as an AS568 standard -011 O-ring?
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February 2, 2016
Thank you for your inquiry. No, this is not. A Danco #6 o-ring is the equivalent of AS568 #011. They can be found at
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Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Worked like a charm. Had a minor drip in the laundry faucet. Didn't think too much of it, other than it being a nuisance. But put a flower vase under it to catch water and found it was dripping a 1/2 gal of water every 24 hrs. Yikes! Went online to find a tutorial on how to repair the issue. Followed the directions, took me all of two minutes to get the spout off, the o ring off and off to HD to get a new one. Found someone in plumbing who helped me find the right o ring, grabbed some plumbers grease while I was there (for the o ring as recommended) and returned home. Took me another minute to replace the o ring and slap the spout back on. Viola! No more drip. It would cost me a 100 bucks just for the plumber to come out, and probably another 50 for the parts and labor. I saved a bunch of money going the diy way. Total cost, excluding my trip to HD two miles away, was 6.04. What a great day. August 15, 2014
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