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Pfister Universal Single-Handle Transitional Tub and Shower Faucet Trim Kit in Brushed Stainless Steel (Valve Not Included)
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Universal Single-Handle Transitional Tub and Shower Faucet Trim Kit in Brushed Stainless Steel (Valve Not Included)

  • Works with 8 commonly installed valves from Pfister, Delta & Moen
  • Self-install without removing tiles or fiberglass & save money.
  • EZ Clean design allows you to quickly remove hard-water buildup

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With the Pfister Universal Tub and Shower Trim Kit, there's no need to tear out the tile or fiberglass or hire a professional, so you can save both time and money. Compatible with existing Delta, MOEN and Pfister valves already installed (valves sold separately), the kit comes in a beautiful design with a variety of finish choices, providing multiple options for your upgrade or renovation project. A 5-function showerhead delivers a customizable shower experience every time, while the EZ Clean design makes it easy to clean off hard water buildup, ensuring a built-to-last fixture that's simple to maintain.

  • Click here to See How to Install Pfister Universal Tub and Shower Valves
  • Due to WaterSense regulations in the state of New York, please confirm your shipping zip code is not restricted from use of items which do not meet WaterSense qualifications
  • 1-handle design for quick and easy water control
  • 5-function showerhead offers a customized shower experience every time
  • Tub spout reaches 6.15 in. for easy access
  • Brushed stainless steel finish provides a smooth, sleek appearance
  • Complete tub and shower style upgrade trim kit works with eight commonly installed valves from Pfister, Delta and MOEN
  • Confirm your valve is compatible by viewing the Compatible Valves image in the "More Views" section at the top of this page
  • Valve sold separately
  • 2.5 GPM flow rate for optimal performance
  • Meets ADA/ANSI A117.1 requirements, ensuring accessibility to all disabled persons
  • EZ Clean showerhead allows you to easily clean hard water buildup on the spray nozzles with a simple swipe of your finger
  • Includes metal handle, flanges, tub spout and brass ball joint for durability
  • Installs in less than an hour
  • Lifetime Pforever Warranty covers finish and function for life
  • Determine if your valve is compatible


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Is the handle supposed to tilt up and down to turn water on and off?

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May 28, 2015
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No, it turns.
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May 3, 2014
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No, no tilt. The handle has two purposes: 1) to pull the cartridge stem out to induce the flow of water (pulls straight out), and 2) to control hot and cold (clockwise/anticlockwise movement).
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February 3, 2014
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No, the handle is pulled out away from the wall to turn the water on; pushed back in to turn the water off.
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January 25, 2014
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It can, it really depends on your valve. If you have a valve that tilts up and down, and it is one of the valves that they say will work, then it should work. I had the Moen standard valve, and it actually pulls out to turn on and then twists one way or the other to adjust the temperature.
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December 25, 2013
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It should tilt down.
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September 29, 2013
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No...at least not with the Moen adapter. It is a pull out handle for flow, with handle rotation (clockwise/counter-clockwise for hot/cold).
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September 27, 2013
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Pfister model# R90-TD2K does not change the operation of the cartridge. The cartridge the valve is equipped with retains the original function.
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Is the tub spout the screw on or slip on type?

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There are two slip-on adapters and two screw-on options. I ended up reusing the adapter from my old spout, though. The primary screw-on option requires about 4" extension from the wall. My threads are less than 1" from the wall. If you have a few inches of 1/2" copper coming out of the wall you should be set.
The bottom line is that the spout itself is threaded. Either your pipe or an extension will Read More
There are two slip-on adapters and two screw-on options. I ended up reusing the adapter from my old spout, though. The primary screw-on option requires about 4" extension from the wall. My threads are less than 1" from the wall. If you have a few inches of 1/2" copper coming out of the wall you should be set.
The bottom line is that the spout itself is threaded. Either your pipe or an extension will need to thread into it. Read Less
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It has the female threaded connector on the spout.
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June 9, 2014
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If i remember correctly its screw on, but the threads are way down in the spout, almost to where the water comes out.
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Pfister Model # R90-TD2K includes an adapter for both a threaded and slip on connection for the spout.
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Can this be used in a stand alone shower?

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I have a stand alone shower (no tub spout) with a Delta 600 series valve. Can this kit be used in a shower only application?
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Pfister Model # R90-TD2K can be used in a stand alone shower providing it meets the valve compatibility.
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May 4, 2016
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Yes, the shower faucet can be used in a stand alone shower.
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Shower handle trim attachment?

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My current shower handle trim piece has two screws at the bottom (5 o'clock and 7 o'clock positions). I know most modern showers have diagonal screw attachments.

Will I be able to attach the trim to my existing screw placement?
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Pfister Model # R90-TD2K can be installed on the valves shown at the bottom of the model number site page. If the valve currently installed is shown in one of the photos, this trim will fit.
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Customer Reviews

Rated 4.1 out of 5 by 42 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great product Easy to install. Looks great...................... May 3, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Shower kit Installed Pfister univesal kit brushed stainless in guest bath. Easy install, looks and works great. March 30, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Loose Handle Fix On testing this set, it was found that the handle would not stay in the desired position, to control hot and cold, but kept falling towards the 6 o'clock position, due to gravity. We researched and found several complaints regarding the same problem. We took the handle apart and examined the differing parts. We identified that a black plastic ring that fits over a white piece of plastic was the culprit, in that the black ring slid too easily around the white plastic. My wife suggested a couple of wraps of electric tape around the white plastic to enlarge it and provide more resistance to the black ring. We tried it, and its working. The handle now stays in place as desired. Time will tell if its a permanent fix, but so far so good. May 3, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Beautiful Shower Fixtures I am very happy with the Pfister Universal combo. I replaced old chrome fixtures that were in rough shape. Installation was straight forward, but there were a lot of extra wasted parts (universal). Now that the fixtures are installed, I couldn't be happier. The handle and spout are designed to be large and attractive. The head produces high pressure and the shower stream options are awesome. For a little over a hundred bucks, this is a great way to give your shower a makeover. My shower looks new again. April 8, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Beautiful Trim but sticks out further than expected I guess it depends on why kind of assembly you have, but the handle sticks out pretty far. It's still gorgeous but wish I could fix the small problem. September 2, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by This is really cool. Recently my shower handle broke, and I tried to replace it. I actually bought a new kit, but as soon as I took the old one off, I realized that I would be required to replace the valve as well. I really did not want to replace the valve, as this would mean taking the marble off and cutting out the wall. Then this product came along. What a novel idea Price Pfister came up with. They must have known that this was a problem plaguing homeowners everywhere. I examined the valve on my shower, and decided it was probably the Moen standard, although it did not look exactly like the valve that was pictured. I took a chance and I am glad I did. This unit installed very quickly, all in al with removal of the old fixture, I was into it about 1/2 hour. They new unit works flawlessly and it looks really nice. All the parts are included to do all the different valves that they advertise for. It seems a little wasteful to trash all the rest of the parts after install, but I'm not sure what else I would do with them. This unit was available in all the most common finishes, so it would be easy to match your other bathroom fixtures My only complaint, and it really isn't problematic, is that the new handle assembly sticks out from the wall considerably further that the old one did. Probably an extra 2 inches or so. It doesn't appear out of place, but because I was used to looking at the old handle for so long, it just looks different. I would probably highly recommend this product, and I only say probably because I haven't tested the longevity, as I just installed it about an hour ago. So far, there are no leaks, and no problems, and it functions perfectly. One last thing to think about, although most all valves have the hot to the left and cold to the right, (when looking at it) this fixture does not show hot and cold.. but it works all the same. January 25, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Faucet system is very pretty, but wasn't super easy to figure out. Read whole story before deciding. Our first attempt to use this set failed because the way our pipe is setup and not because of the item. Plus some of the items such as temperature regulator plate from 'old' equipment that the set says we need to use, we didn't have. It would be nice if we didn't have to use OLD stuff with a new faucet. We could not get any knob setup to work. We were able to use the tub spout , shower head, and the back panel parts at least but the knob/handle part, we could not get it to work on our 1988 valve system. But our old knob worked with the back panel and actually improved the look of the old knob.The new knob parts stuck out too far or so we thought and pieces didn't fit to make it flush against plate and we tried every version in the kit. We looked at videos on a website with how-tos but still couldn't get any of the styles to work for us. It's a great kit though because you have everything you need except no drain plate included so we still have our old gold plated one. This set matches satin nickel and satin chrome colors really well. If you move you can take it with you and use other faucet style parts if necessary for different houses. After sleeping on it a couple nights, we finally realized we had to be doing something wrong and went back at it and got the new knob attached but in an up handle position instead of down because the builder installed the valve upside down. It looked great with the old knob but awesome with the new knob. The problem is definitely not the product and is our specific valve system. Although we had problems getting it to work on our valve system, most buyers won't have trouble unless they have older homes with older type valves. We recommend you know what kind of valve system you currently have whether Moen or Delta and match that to the kit's Moen or Delta versions. May 9, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Very sturdy; does show water spots This grouping of fixtures does not claim to repel water spots, and they're right. If water spots drive you bananas, you probably don't want to buy this package. But, since I don't hang out in my shower more than I need to, it doesn't bother me. (Water spots *would* bother me on my sink faucet, but that's a different product.) I did not personally install these; my professional contractor did. He didn't seem to have an issue with installation. Once he was finished, though, he called me in to look, and the shower handle was facing downward and practically hitting the tub faucet. I'm not sure if the instructions told him to do it that way, but I requested that he figure out how to change it, and we discovered that the faucet could easily be changed so that the handle faced upwards (see the photo for the final result). It literally took him 2 minutes to change the orientation of the handle while I stood there, so it wasn't a huge change order or anything. I bought this to replace an old Delta contractor's grade shower fixture. I must say also that I'm pleasantly surprised by the shower head. I think it has about 5 different settings and, while my house thankfully has great water pressure, this shower head is perfect for wetting and rinsing my super thick long hair. (And I mean Super Thick.) I am so happy with it, that I'm not going to replace it with a separate shower head. (I had been looking at a Water Pik or something; I can't remember.) This bathroom is on the second story of my condo, with the hot water heater on the first floor, not too far away. This package does not come with the tub overflow drain plate; Home Depot sells one in Brushed Nickel that matches pretty well. I'm very happy with this kit!! One photo was taken with the flash and one without a flash. Once I looked at the photos I was horrified at the soap spots showing up in the one taken *with* the flash, but who the heck has a spotlight showing on their shower fixtures? The one without the flash is more how it looks to my eye. January 13, 2013
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