Model # 88532

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DANCO Universal Ball Rod for Pop-Up Drains
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DANCO

Universal Ball Rod for Pop-Up Drains

  • Includes 3 sizes of pop-up balls for versatility
  • Includes 2 cone washers for easy installation
  • Replaces most ball rod assemblies
$7.67 /each

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Product Overview

The DANCO Universal Ball Rod for Lavatory Pop-Up Drains connects a stopper to a lift rod. It has a durable brass construction that will endure the rigors of everyday use. The universal design fit will fit most faucets and includes balls and cone washers.

  • Brass rod construction provides strength and durability
  • Includes 3 sizes pop-up balls
  • Includes 2 cone washers
  • Replaces most ball rod assemblies
  • Easy to follow instructions

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Customer Questions & Answers

Will this fit a delta bathroom faucet?

Delta part # RP12517
Asked by: Joeplumber2015
yes
Answered by: DickD
Date published: 2016-10-25

what is the length of the rod

Asked by: john
about 8"
Answered by: DickD
Date published: 2016-10-25

Why is both end's of the rod threaded? Makes for a tough time to insert the clevis clops.

Asked by: Buckyphd
Thank you for your inquiry. The same difficulty you experienced putting the retainers on is what keeps them from slipping off accidentally and disconnecting your pull rod.
Answered by: DancoSupport
Date published: 2017-02-25

are the washers threaded to go in to a pipe and not over?

the drain pipe where the ball and rod go is threaded on the inside and not the outside so I need one that will seal in to the pipe not over like the ones I usually see.
Asked by: Fedamp
The washers are not threaded. They are a slightly flexible plastic that conforms to the threads. These are used for holding the plunger rod extender (the rod that extends through the faucet down to the ball rod for opening and closing the drain). The seal washer that is inside the existing cap that holds your existing ball rod in place is reused. There isn't a seal washer included in this. By seal washer, I'm referring to that tapered ring that contacts the ball part of the ball rod, sealing it from leaking.
Answered by: Beeliner12
Date published: 2017-01-04
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Customer Reviews

Universal Ball Rod for Pop-Up Drains is rated 3.1 out of 5 by 70.
Rated 2 out of 5 by from The brass rod does not not fit in the ball components as supplied. The rod is threaded 1/4-20 whi... The brass rod does not not fit in the ball components as supplied. The rod is threaded 1/4-20 which doesn't fit in the plastic ball pieces or the conical washers. The rod also didn't fit in the holes in the perforated linkage between the drain handle and the ball lever on my sink. I had to 1. tap the ball so I could make a secure connection to the rod and 2. drill out the holes in the connecting linkage for my sink drain handle to accommodate the rod. Is this the wrong rod? It should be smaller diameter. The plastic balls should have holes that securely attach to the rod as supplied. Don't buy this unless you are prepared to do some rework. Having made these modifications it seems to work OK. Fingers crossed.
Date published: 2017-01-20
Rated 1 out of 5 by from The gray ball would not stay attached to the rod and kept detaching, no matter how far I screwed ... The gray ball would not stay attached to the rod and kept detaching, no matter how far I screwed it in it was just not gripping the rod enough and every time I open/close the drain the rod falls out. Also the rod contains to spring clip to hold it in place w/the clevis, but it is too large for the old spring clip I had. I have had to replace a drain before and had no problems, I know what I'm doing. Returning it today and will try a different make/model that includes its own spring clip AND has an integrated ball rather than a screw-on ball.
Date published: 2016-12-28
Rated 1 out of 5 by from This ball rod is a terrible, overpriced item. It cost $8.00 and you have to assemble it yourself.... This ball rod is a terrible, overpriced item. It cost $8.00 and you have to assemble it yourself. The balls in the package try to thread themselves and do not thread straight. The rod is too thick for the normal clip that is used to hold it, so you have to use the white washers which you have to thread yourself (again). The old ball rods were about $1.50 and had no trouble putting it into the assembly. This product is a rip-off of customers money.
Date published: 2017-01-03
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Worked like a charm probably due to the cone washers that came with this set. You have to use you... Worked like a charm probably due to the cone washers that came with this set. You have to use your own clevis. The only concerns: what to do with the leftover parts, and how long will the will the plastic end last? The universal product by another manufacturer allowed water to leak past the ball; but that one might work right in other situations.
Date published: 2017-01-03
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Piece of garbage The rod is too long to fit under most sinks: it will hit the back of the cabinet on most standard installations. But even more annoying is that the ball assemblies are not threaded and must be forced onto the rod. You can't force by hand it far enough to stay on the rod. Home Depot: stop selling this garbage.
Date published: 2017-01-21
Rated 2 out of 5 by from The product eventually did its intended job, but took much longer to get there than need. The th... The product eventually did its intended job, but took much longer to get there than need. The threaded ends of the rod do not screw easily into the balls and the plastic feels cheap and unreliable. Its disappointing that this is the only option for this replacement part that Home Depot carries in-store.
Date published: 2016-12-06
Rated 3 out of 5 by from These do not work for pedestal style sinks as the bar is too long and hits the wall. I had to c... These do not work for pedestal style sinks as the bar is too long and hits the wall. I had to cut the bar to make it work. I didn't check on the package but I think they should make that a little more clear or include a shorter bar for pedestal sinks.
Date published: 2016-12-27
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Does the job. I like that its brass and plastic and will not rot. Not sure how long the plastic piece will hold up. Universal fitting is also a plus.
Date published: 2016-09-20
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