5/8 in. x 36 in. Street and Curb Water Meter Key-M25-536 at The Home Depot
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Model # M25-536

Internet # 100139258

Store SKU # 367886

5/8 in. x 36 in. Street and Curb Water Meter Key


5/8 in. x 36 in. Street and Curb Water Meter Key
 

This item has been discontinued.
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$14.46 / each
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PRODUCT OVERVIEW

Model # M25-536

Internet # 100139258

Store SKU # 367886

The 5/8 in. x 36 in. Street and Curb Water Meter Key. Features rebar construction for excellent sturdiness. The handle includes a vinyl covering for a comfortable grip.

  • Rebar shaft and handle for sturdiness
  • Vinyl-covered handle for comfort
  • 36 in. L
  • 5/8 in. diameter

SPECIFICATIONS

Assembled Depth (in.)  .625 in  Assembled Height (in.)  36 in 
Assembled Width (in.)  12 in  Fixed or adjustable  Fixed 
Manufacturer Warranty  No  Maximum working diameter (in.)  .50 
Minimum working diameter (in.)  .50  Number of wrench sides 
Primary application  Water Meter Key  Product Depth (in.)  36 
Product Height (in.)  .625  Product Length (in.)  36 
Product Weight (lb.)  3.8 lb  Product Width (in.)  13.38 
Specialty Plumbing Tool Type  Specialty Plumbing Wrench  Wrench type  End wrench 

CUSTOMER REVIEWS

Rated 4 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Good, but somebody's making a lot of $$$ on this! Which is OK, that's what America is all about, I guess. I forget what I paid for this, but it's good solid rebar. You won't really need the comfort handle coverings, but they do help you find it when you've lain it in the grass beside your water meter. What you're really paying for is the welded lower part which is specially made to turn off your water to your house. Do try to measure how long you need it to be, first, though. Mine is too short, but I moved it to another house that we own for the guy who's renting there. When your plumbing does something crazy it's nice to be able to shut off all the water to your house from the street. DO NOT leave it inside your water meter manhole. The city or the utility company will think one of their guys left it there, and they will pick it up and take it with them! Sometimes I wish it did not have such wide handles at the top. For the house where it's too short, it's because the turn-off is at the bottom of a long skinny pipe. August 21, 2013
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