Model # M953450-2950A

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American Standard Complete Metal Drain Assembly, Brushed Nickel

American Standard

Complete Metal Drain Assembly, Brushed Nickel

$1580 /each

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Product Overview

Purchase this Complete Metal Drain Assembly in Brushed Nickel for an easy DIY conversion project. This is a budget- friendly part and perfect for updating your sink without buying a completely new unit. Our superb design is durable and reliable. American Standard is committed to providing you with the best experience with water.

  • Ultra secure drain assembly
  • Manufactured to the highest quality available
  • Durable construction
  • Easy to install




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Customer Questions & Answers

i purchased the american standard colony model # 202099462 will this drain be compatible ?

Asked by: jelly
correction I purchased faucet model # 2275.505.002 will this drain fit or a speed connect ?
Answered by: jelly
Date published: 2016-02-18

Is this drain assembly 1-1/4 or 1-1/2?

I have looked all through the listing and could not find the nominal size of the drain. You may want to add the sizing to the title and listing to assist customer searches.
Asked by: JAllen67
1 1/4
Answered by: tuttlepuddle
Date published: 2017-04-10

My 066118-0070A PIVOT ROD doesnt have an O-ring and I need to find one, what is the size or part number and which side of the ball does it go?

Asked by: cindy
There should have been a small black o-ring on the pivot rod. It is a standard round (not flat) rubber o-ring. The parts ARE NOT placed on the rod in the order they go on during installation. This has led to considerable customer frustration (including me!) and there are NO assembly instructions. Starting at the large tailpiece 1st-press rubber o-ring into the area the ball will eventually go, next place the white plastic piece in there-chamfered (rounded) side facing out. Now you need to hold the stopper in the sink-the hole in the stopper should be aligned for the rod to go thru-nearest the back of the sink. Also you should take care not to drop this totally into the sink as it may be difficult to pry back up. Next place the ball and rod into that area, through the hole in the stopper. Then slide the black nut over the whole assembly and hand tighten. The metal clip on the rod secures the rod to the lift arm-it fits on both sides of whichever hole you use for the rod to attach to.
Answered by: RickTexas
Date published: 2017-04-10

What size is this/

I have American Standard Rattan sink says it has 1-1/4" drain center hole. Will this fit?
Asked by: Nancy
This does have a 1-1/4" tailpiece.
Answered by: AmericanStandardBrands
Date published: 2016-01-10
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Customer Reviews

Complete Metal Drain Assembly, Brushed Nickel is rated 4.1 out of 5 by 10.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great alternative to the plastic ones It's metal and looks great but comes with no instructions. Watch youtube and take photos of the old one then put lots plumber's putty on any contact point where water can leak. Don't over tighten the seal between the drain and the sink, it'll push out the putty and case a leak.
Date published: 2016-11-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Seventeen year old house (purchased new), with typical maintenance issues starting to pop up. Ha... Seventeen year old house (purchased new), with typical maintenance issues starting to pop up. Had a leak in one of the master bath sinks - original installed hardware was corroded at the drain level. Since all the bathroom sinks in the house are the same set up, decided to replace all of the them at once (a good call, since there was corrosion on at least one other). This was a nice replacement, as the stopper comes apart, making it easier to install.
Date published: 2016-12-27
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Quality of product was excellent, but I had to take a star because it did not include documentati... Quality of product was excellent, but I had to take a star because it did not include documentation. The way it was pre-assembled during shipping is not the way it should be assembled when installing.
Date published: 2016-12-06
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good Product - Needs Instructions Installed this"Patented Overflow" type drain after trying two plastic replacement drains that leaked. I hadn't used Teflon tape on the plastic drains but added tape around threaded pipe under the large rubber washer/gasket on this one. There were no instructions to do so. Got the idea on the internet. No instructions or diagrams were included. Got info for assembly for this model on the internet. Turned out that the ball-seat-o-ring order of assembly was critical but not obvious to me - thanks, internet. It didn't leak. This drain was mostly metal and of apparent higher quality than the two previous plastic ones I tried.
Date published: 2015-08-26
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Replacement drain Easy replacement and was a good match for the original.
Date published: 2016-08-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Was exactly as described and fit perfect ! Was exactly as described and fit perfect !
Date published: 2016-12-20
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Fresh update Replacing hardware from original construction 13 years ago. Affordable update coinciding with fresh paint on walls. Used pumice stone on sinks and all looks like new again! Recommend installation include sufficient plumbers putty under cap ring in bottom of sink; otherwise it won't hold bowl of water for long! For that reason alone, some written instructions for installation WOULD have been nice for the amateur installer.
Date published: 2016-04-26
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Lower Quality Than In The Past The fit and finish of this assembly was noticeably lower than the exact same unit from ten years ago. Assembling the top flange onto the body on the old assembly created a smooth, nice looking bore. The new assembly now has steps and sharp edged lips protruding into the bore after you install the top flange. These will surely trap dirt and cause corrosion. Poor manufacturing quality control. Or possibly a more cheaply made batch, made expressly for Home Depot. Or a batch of factory rejects they were looking to get rid of.
Date published: 2015-01-27
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