Model # HDX168

Internet #204218643

Store SKU #1000012519

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Faucet Handle/Compression Sleeve Puller

$10.48 /each

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HDX provides a complete line of quality plumbing tools at a competitive price. Products have been reviewed and tested by a third party testing lab for function, performance and durability. Use the Faucet Handle and Compression Sleeve Puller Kit to quickly and easily remove a seized faucet handle from a valve stem. Arms adjust to remove small and large faucet handles. Use coupling included to remove compression nuts and sleeves from a piece of tubing.

  • Use to remove a seized faucet handle from a valve stem or a compression sleeve from copper tubing
  • Tool arms adjust to remove small and large handles
  • Use coupling included to remove a compression sleeve and nut from copper tubing
  • Durable, 1-piece cast cross bar construction
  • Easy to use
  • Third-party tested

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Customer Questions & Answers

What compression ferrule sizes can be pulled?

I have two ferrules to remove in order to replace an under-sink stop valve, one on a 3/8 inch OD copper pipe and the other on a 5/8 inch OD (1/2 inch nominal) diameter copper pipe. Will this tool work on both sizes?
Asked by: FrogFan
It will work on the 3/8 and 1/2 inch sleeves. So this should do what you need it to. The provided insert piece will fit inside both sizes of pipe you are working on. If the sleeve is real tight you might try to split the sleeve with a dermal cut off wheel or hacksaw blade, just cut part way through and try a straight blade screwdriver to open it or break it off. I know some are tough because of the tight area you are working in.
Answered by: Rayj
Date published: 2016-11-10

If you don't sell this in stores, and it cannot be shipped, why the heck would you bother showin...

If you don't sell this in stores, and it cannot be shipped, why the heck would you bother showing it on your site? It makes no sense.
Asked by: theangryplumber77
It was available in my local store in Santa Rosa CA. Maybe only available in some stores. Don't know why it couldn't be shipped.
Answered by: GZ
Date published: 2017-01-30
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Faucet Handle/Compression Sleeve Puller is rated 2.9 out of 5 by 126.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Unlike, Unfriend, Unuserfriendly! I bought this puller at Homedepot to have on hand while changing out an old shut off valve with compression nut fitting under the kitchen sink. Tried to get the nut out without using the puller - impossible! Used the puller to help get the nut out- still impossible! You have to use both hands to use this tool; one to hold the grabber thing tight together and the other to twist. After 20 minutes, I gave up. Instead I used a small hand held metal saw to cut curefully through the compression ring in less than a minute. I don't recommend using this tool when working in tight space. Will be returning this product.
Date published: 2016-12-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This tool is very handy when you need to repair some leaky faucets and pull handles or pull a com... This tool is very handy when you need to repair some leaky faucets and pull handles or pull a compression sleeve off a copper pipe. It is a fairly heavy duty tool and works well. Some compression sleeves are tough and you may have to split the sleeve with your cutting wheel dermal or hack saw blade to weaken it. Cut part way through the sleeve and see if you can split it open with a screwdriver. All in all worth having this with you. For pulling faucet handles it has always worked great. Handles become tight after a few years, this beats pounding on them and possibly causing other damage. Tool is large enough for those bigger style handles.
Date published: 2016-11-10
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Not adequate for really old plumbing I bought this tool to remove some compression valves for under the kitchen sink. The house was built in the early 70's and I think the valves were original. The copper pipe had been marred in front of the original compression ring and when the tool was installed the jaws kept expanding and slipping off when tightened. I think under normal circumstances this tool would probably work well, but on old plumbing, it does not. I recommend removing compression rings in that state with a Dremel. The tool was pretty easy to install and use, it was just not fit for the job.
Date published: 2016-10-11
Rated 1 out of 5 by from This tool is nearly impossible to use. I tried to use it to remove the ring off a 1/2-in pipe und... This tool is nearly impossible to use. I tried to use it to remove the ring off a 1/2-in pipe under the kitchen sink. It would seem that it will work, however, under any reasonable torque, the ends holding behind the nut bend and slip out. I finally managed to pull the sleeve, but it took about an hour. The design was bad. The two ends need to be tied together so that they don't spread even under the torque needed to pull out the ring. I ended returning this tool and purchasing the Pasco brand, since Home Depot (my preferred shop) doesn't sell it. Pitty. I did cut the ring in the past, but it is quite difficult to work in the constrained space under sinks, as most who tried it know. I think it is crazy to show the plumbing work in nice clean open space. The real plumbing tricks are to operate in filthy, tight, rusted, frozen together and partially disintegrated plumbing.
Date published: 2016-11-04
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Not worth it...for ferrule puller I should have read the reviews before purchasing. It doesn't work as a ferrule puller. The video online makes it look really easy, but all that happened for me was that it kept sliding off. It can't grip the bolt, no matter how much I tried to hold it in place. I actually even read the instructions thinking I must have been doing something wrong. Nope. Tool just doesn't work as designed.
Date published: 2016-10-10
Rated 1 out of 5 by from might be ok for faucet pulling but fails for compression ring pulling. The tongs will not stay in... might be ok for faucet pulling but fails for compression ring pulling. The tongs will not stay in the handle grooves (grooves not deep enough). And the tongs slip off the compression nut too easily.
Date published: 2017-01-29
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Will work out, sometimes If you have time to plan, do not get this tool. It can grab the easy compression rings but for tough ones this is awful. I ended up having to use a 4" C clamp to hold the ends together.
Date published: 2016-11-16
Rated 1 out of 5 by from This tool didn't work at all. As you tighten the screw end the arms pop off the nut. Poorly desig... This tool didn't work at all. As you tighten the screw end the arms pop off the nut. Poorly designed. Do yourself a favor and spend your money on something else !
Date published: 2016-12-28
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