Not really, this is best suited for copper plumbing. The threads on the outside are used to screw the spout onto.
The tube spout should have this adapter if designed for it. Most of the time the adapter is somewhat installed into the spout and you need to turn it to the left to unscrew it from the spout. It will look like it is all made together but it will unscrew. Be careful not to over tighten the set screw when setting the adapter on your copper pipe. You want it just snug to check the spout fit. Builder grade copper is typically the thinnest wall, ( it will have red markings) Blue markings is thick wall. Your spout should have instructions on how to set the adapter, so check the spout for it's presence. I was going to order an adapter as well because I didn't realize it was still in the spout. Home depot also sells a universal adapter in the store that is very good. Set the adapter distance from the wall per the instructions. When you screw the spout onto the adapter the spout should bottom out on the wall and opening face downward. If not, you may have to move the adapter forward of backward just a bit to get the spout in the right position. This is why you only snug the set screw for positioning the spout. Once you get the adapter in the right location, you turn the set screw just slightly more ( about 1/8 of a turn) to just put a dimple into the pipe without piercing it. After finding the correct position with the set screw, the other option is to sweat the adapter in place. Then you don't have to worry about if you have the set screw to tight or loose. Just remove both inner and outer O rings first, line adapter back up with set screw and solder. Let cool before installing outer O ring only. Note if your not a strong do it your self-er, you should seek someone who is or hire a plumber. If you damage the pipe coming out of the wall, you will be in for some costly repairs. I hope this helps, TC
It will not work because it need to welding
The threaded part goes toward the wall side. There is an inner seal at the other end and if the pipe does not go past the seal when the adapter is in the recommended position, it will not seal and leak. You should be able to still solder the adapter on though, just remove the inner and outer seal when doing so and reinstall the outer seal when done. You will need to find the right rotation so the tube spout is against the wall and opening is pointing downward. :0)
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Hi TS! Thank you for your question! I will be happy to help. This tub spout actually utilizes the RP12307 tub spout adapter shown in the following link. https://www.deltafaucet.com/parts-product-detail?modelNumber=RP12307 Best Regards, Tim
Hello Jeremy, Thank you for your question. The Delta Tub Spout Adapter RP33794 can be used for a slip-on install, with the Delta Everly Tub Spout RP84371SP, instead of the RP12307 adapter one that comes with it. Best regards, Tanya
Hello! Thank you for your question! Unfortunately this is an adapter to allow for installation, it does not extend the product out further. Best Regards, Tim
Thank you for your question, Jdc! The RP72565 Valdosta spout is a thread on tub spout and comes with the RP12307 adapter that will sweat onto 1/2" C.W.T. or thread onto 1/2" IPS. The RP33794 adapter is for a Slip-On diverter tub spout. Best regards, Edward
Thank you for your question regarding our Delta product.The RP33794 Adapter Assembly fits a 1/2" pipe that extends 2" - 4" from the finished wall. Unfortunately, we do not make a tub spout that works with a 1" pipe. Thank you for contacting Delta Faucet and have a great day!