Model # 27018

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RIDGID Faucet and Sink Installer Tool
0095691270184

RIDGID

Faucet and Sink Installer Tool

  • For close quarters plumbing under a sink
  • Fits over existing supply lines
  • Works on a wide number of basin nuts
$1998 /each
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Product Overview

This RIDGID Faucet and Sink Installer Tool features an open slot for easy fit over existing supply lines (lines not included). The installer tool is constructed of lightweight high-strength plastic with durable aluminum inserts.

  • Lightweight high-strength plastic construction with durable aluminum inserts
  • Open slot for easy fit over existing supply lines (lines not included)
  • Use on 7/8 in. and 1 in. metal and plastic hex nuts (nuts not included)
  • Notched ends to engage 2-, 3-, 4-, and 6-tab basin nuts (nuts not included)
  • Extra long to turn hard-to-reach mounting nuts on faucets, sprayers and ball cocks (nuts, faucets, sprayers and ball cocks not included)
  • Shutoff valve attachment turns hard-to-reach angle stops without marring chrome (angle stops not included)
  • Holds strainer baskets in place (strainer baskets not included)

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Customer Questions & Answers

Is this a universal tool ? A few customers indicated that it doesn't work on Moen or Am. Std.

Asked by: Anonymous
Yes it is, it has several slots for different size nuts.
Answered by: MartyMart
Date published: 2017-05-05

Will this tool turn metal nuts?

Can I use this tool to reach up and turn the metal nut (shown in picture I took) to turn the metal nut holding my bathroom sink faucet in place?
Asked by: DIYwannabee
Pasco 7000 is the new nutbuster for zinc and brass nuts. Great tool, but only for the destruction of brass and zinc nuts.
Answered by: asdflkjh
Date published: 2017-03-22

do they have a tool that fits 1 and half inch nut

Asked by: BJ8850
Basin Wrench tha'ts what we needed when this failed
Answered by: purpletang465
Date published: 2017-02-21

Can't remove the 2"D X 2"D center basin hex nut/coulpler

I am having the MOST difficult time removing the center basin nut to replace my kitchen faucet. I have zero remove to maneuver due to existing disposal and only 5.5" from the back of sink to back of cabinet.(see pictures) The HD plumbing salesman said this product wouldn't work, but all I needed was a basin wrench. I got one, but it didn't work at all. The nut was too large for the basin wrench whether I take the disposal out or not. Will this tool work, or can you suggest a specific tool I can use. I am trying to avoid calling a costly plumber. Any guidance would be greatly appreciated.
Asked by: Garioo
I just got to my computer and looked at the pictures. They are great. I guess my soon to be obsolete/extinct Galaxy S4 is totally to blame. After seeing these pictures, I am totally with the pull the GD suggestion. Sometimes, you can get the blade of an oscillating tool on the nuts. (Sonicrafter by Rockwell; Ridgid JobMax; Fein BigBucks- to name a few.) I mainly wanted to let you know that the pics were great. Good luck with this. You will likely wind up in the Desctructo Mode.
Answered by: nicklename
Date published: 2016-08-11
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Customer Reviews

Faucet and Sink Installer Tool is rated 3.8 out of 5 by 434.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Led to a broken basin nut Tool worked great to disconnect the water lines as well as one basin nut but when I went to remove the other basin nut, I'm not sure if it had been tightened too much in the past or it was adhered with some corrosion but because the tool was a little bigger than the nut prongs, as I was twisting to unlock, I broke the prongs off and had to use locking pliers. It was not completely the tools fault but being I had to twist hard and the fact that it was a little loose on the prongs, it led to them being broken off which is why I gave 3 stars. Otherwise, the tool had worked nicely for the other nut and water lines. Never had any issues with my other Ridgid products though. They're great!
Date published: 2017-02-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from With this tool, I was able to remove and install the new faucet, I was also able to loosen and ti... With this tool, I was able to remove and install the new faucet, I was also able to loosen and tighten the water lines with just one tool. I live in North Texas and the hard water wears out faucets and hot water heaters about every 4 to 6 years. This tool has already paid for it self in just the first use. Its an all in one tool and I recommend it to the most basic do-it your self, to the professional plumper. I'm very happy with my purchase and I'm going to get good use out of this tool for years to come.
Date published: 2017-02-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best Plumbing Tool Ever! Ive been working on a bathroom sink. Its so tight that no wrench would fit to undo nuts. I saw this tool and decided to give it a try. I had everything undone quickly. Fits those tight spots that you cant fix that wrench or hand. I tried all types of wrenchs and couldnt get any in to undue nuts. Wish i had bought sooner.
Date published: 2017-01-24
Rated 2 out of 5 by from I gave this two stars even though I returned it. This is billed as an installer tool and I was tr... I gave this two stars even though I returned it. This is billed as an installer tool and I was trying to remove my bathroom faucet so I can't be too critical. I can see where it could be a useful tool in many situations, but it would not grip the large plastic lock nut under the bathroom faucet. It was configured so as to fit the 1-3/4" lock nut just fine, but continually slipped off when torqued. I returned it to Home Depot with no problem (thanks, HD!) and bought the Husky 2 inch Universal Faucet Nut Wrench, which did the trick in one minute. I would recommend this Ridgid tool for installations (not removals) because of its versatility.
Date published: 2017-06-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Tool was used in multiple different jobs, in first week. Better than expected. Tool was used in multiple different jobs, in first week. Better than expected.
Date published: 2017-01-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very handy tool. I only have good use of one arm, and this tool helped me install new lavatory fa... Very handy tool. I only have good use of one arm, and this tool helped me install new lavatory faucet much easier than the "old " way using a basin wrench and/or wrenches which almost never fit in the space behind the sink. Job is bad enough just getting in the space under the sink in the vanity (or kitchen cabinet). This tool makes it much easier for anyone to do the job. My son helped me with another job recently and when I saw him use his to replace the bathtub drain, I knew I'd have to have one for myself. Highly recommend for anyone, with the basic skills to replace a faucet.
Date published: 2017-04-25
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Seems like a good idea. But on a sink it does not handle the flexibility of the hose. While it do... Seems like a good idea. But on a sink it does not handle the flexibility of the hose. While it does turn it does not allow for sufficient torque to properly seat the connection.
Date published: 2017-05-24
Rated 3 out of 5 by from It didn't fit I think this would have been a great tool if it fit either the faucet I removed or the faucet I installed. I had a faucet nut with screws that dented into the washer. The nut wrench grabbed the screw heads but couldn't turn the nut. Once I used a drill with a bit extender I could remove the screws. Then I didn't need a tool to remove the nut. Nor did the tool fit the nut anymore. I am no expert at home repairs but even the HD employee, to whom I showed a pic of the underside of the sink,had not seen a faucet nut with screws. It's a Delta, btw. They have a similar nut on their website. The Moen faucet I installed came with its own installation tool. Be sure your faucet nut is not larger than 2 inches if you try this product.
Date published: 2017-01-31
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