Sioux Chief 2 in. Cast-Iron Shower Drain with Strainer-821-2INS - The Home Depot

Sioux Chief

Model # 821-2INS

Internet # 202313084

Store SKU # 204914

2 in. Cast-Iron Shower Drain with Strainer

Sioux Chief 2 in. Cast-Iron Shower Drain with Strainer

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$31.42 / each


Model # 821-2INS

Internet # 202313084

Store SKU # 204914

Store SO SKU # 655419

The Sioux Chief 2 in. Cast-Iron Shower Drain with Strainer features a no-caulk connection. The drain assembly includes stainless-steel bolts, a crown/ring and a 3-5/8 in. screw-on strainer. Product width is 6.5 in.

  • Enamel-coated cast-iron construction
  • Stainless-steel crown/ring, bolts and a 3-5/8 in. screw-on strainer
  • For use in showers with tile floors and hot-mopped tar or asphalt waterproofing (shower and tile floor not included)
  • No-caulk connection
  • Stainless steel crown/ring and strainer
  • Square strainer ring available for easier tile setting
  • Note: product may vary by store


Assembled Depth (in.)  5.625 in  Assembled Height (in.)  4.25 in 
Assembled Width (in.)  5.625 in  Fitting size  2" 
Product Height (in.)  3.625  Product Length (in.)  6.5 in 
Product Width (in.)  6.5 
Compatible Pipe Material  Cast iron  Connection  No Caulk 
Fitting or Connector Type  Drain  Material  Cast Iron 
Pipe or Fitting Product Type  Fittings & Connectors  Product Weight (lb.)  4.504779 lb 
Push to connect  No  Returnable  90-Day 
Warranty / Certifications
Manufacturer Warranty  Lifetime 


Rated 2.0 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Difficult to install My first time remodeling a bathrom. Had a cast-iron drain pipe and this looked to fit the bill. Turning the castle nut of the no-caulk connection was very difficult. I quickly destroyed the provided flimsy brass wrench (I noticed some of the drains at the store were missing this wrench. Maybe stolen by other customers needing another wrench?). Instead of stealing another brass wrench, I decided to buy the Bulldog Drain Wrench tool. That worked much better but still moving the castle nut took all my strength. Finally ended up hammering a flat-head screwdriver to tighten it. Luckily, I had drilled a small hole for the drain body with little cutouts for the bolt receivers. If I hadn't, that drain would still be spinning. If I ever do this again, instead of this no-caulk connection, I'd go with the old-style oakum and melted lead. It'd be a lot less work and worry. December 16, 2014
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