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1-1/2 in. Quick-Release Telescoping Basin Wrench

$19.98
  • Tightens and removes faucet and fill-valve nuts
  • Includes multi-position telescoping range of 12-1/2 in. to 19 in.
  • Large spring loaded jaw with a capacity of 3/8 in. to 1.5 in.
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About This Product

Husky's Quick Release Telescoping Plumbing Basin Wrench is ideal for tightening and removing faucet and fill valve nuts. It features a versatile, multi-position telescoping range of 12-1/2 in. up to 19 in. for hard to reach valves. It also features an extra-large spring-loaded jaw with a capacity of 3/8 in. up to 1-1/2 in. Designed with a quick-release latch on the handle for quick adjustments, this tool is covered by the Husky lifetime warranty.

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Product Information

Internet # 206830601

Model # 80-546-111

Store SKU # 1000002734

Store SO SKU #1001705111

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Specifications

Dimensions: H 12.28 in, W 5.23 in, D 1.14 in

Dimensions

Compatible Pipe Size (in.)

1-1/2 in.,3/8 in.

Maximum Pipe Diameter (in.)

1-1/2 in

Product Depth (in.)

1.14 in

Product Height (in.)

12.28 in

Product Width (in.)

5.23 in

Reach (in.)

18.8

Details

Maximum pipe size capacity (in.)

1.5

Pack Size

1

Returnable

90-Day

Tools Product Type

Hand Tool

Wrench Features

Adjustable, Telescoping

Wrench type

Basin Wrench

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty

Guaranteed Forever

Questions & Answers

6Questions
caret
Q:Will it work on 1/2 gas pipe?
by|Mar 2, 2023
1 Answer
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A:  The Husky 1-1/2 in. Quick-Release Telescoping Basin Wrench is primarily designed for use on plumbing fittings and fixtures, such as basin nuts and faucet shanks. It may not be suitable for use on gas pipes, especially those with a 1/2 inch diameter. When it comes to working with gas pipes, it's essential to use tools specifically designed for the purpose and follow relevant safety guidelines. Gas pipes require specialized wrenches and fittings to ensure proper sealing and prevent leaks. To work on a 1/2 inch gas pipe, I would recommend consulting a professional plumber or a knowledgeable gas technician who can guide you on the appropriate tools and techniques to use. They will have the expertise to handle gas-related installations and ensure the safety of your gas line.

by|Jun 1, 2023
    caret
    Q:Will this work to tighten the mounting nut on a one handle Moen kitchen faucet?
    by|Jul 30, 2022
    2 Answers
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    A:  It has 3/8 in. - 1-1/2 in. jaw capacity.

    by|Jul 20, 2023

      A:  Best to ask someone in the plumbing department at Home Depot or consult with a plumber. A lot of these tools depend on the room you have between the lines, clearance under the sink. Sometimes a good set of adjustable/slip jaw pliers work well. Be carefull how tight you turn any tool or you can crack the sink. You can also look at the web site for Moen or call them with your model number

      by|Aug 5, 2022
        caret
        Q:Have designers tried to use the wrench in a small space where things could bump the big red plastic button causing it to retract at speed of sound.
        by|Mar 18, 2022
        3 Answers
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        A:  No

        by|Oct 31, 2022
        1 found this answer helpful

        A:  Do not buy this wrench. It will do exactly what you asked

        by|May 3, 2024
          1 found this answer helpful

          A:  Tool worked great for me.

          by|Apr 28, 2022
          caret
          Q:Will this work on a rounded connecter?
          by|Jan 10, 2022
          2 Answers
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          A:  This wrench has a large spring-loaded jaw with a capacity of 3/8 in. to 1.5 in. Good luck to you.

          by|Jan 10, 2022

            A:  Yes, if there are any corners or texture at all it should grip just fine

            by|Jul 6, 2022
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            Customer Reviews

            4.2 out of 5

            • 4.2 out of 585 reviews
            • 85% recommend this product
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            Husky to the Rescue Again!
            After bending my basic basin wrench failing to loosen a corroded faucet, I went looking for a better tool. This is it! It's easy to open the jaw using the handle from below. The length and strength of the tool are the high points. The heavy duty non removeable handle allowed me to add a cheater bar to bust loose the corroded connection. Yes, the retraction lever has a hair trigger but I learned not to touch it. I can probably tape it down to keep it locked. See attached photo.
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              This wrench worked on my 1 7/16" Delta widespread faucet nuts, although it was just barely big en...
              This wrench worked on my 1 7/16" Delta widespread faucet nuts, although it was just barely big enough! The head was small enough to fit in the very tight space, though, and larger sized wrench might not have fit. It is very strong, and did not flex at all when I tightened the nuts as much as I dared in order to avoid cracking the granite top. I don't care for the quick-release length adjustment. Although I did not have the problem, it could have easily been accidentally bumped in use. The lack of handle holes, however, probably contributes to the wrenches' strength (no weak points at the holes to bend.) A great value at $20.
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                it is a must have tool when replacing a kitchen Faucet unless you have small hands but I still w...
                it is a must have tool when replacing a kitchen Faucet unless you have small hands but I still would get it
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                Nicely adjustable wrench.
                The Husky Telescoping Basin Wrench lives up to its brand name with one minor exception. This basin wrench is different than others I have used in the past in that the adjustments for length are made via notches on the rear of the bar and a thumb operated bar release. This gives the tool much finer adjustment than the standard hole and poppet arrangement found on similar tools. My only concerns with it are that the thumb release is made of plastic and may break under extended use or from damage encountered from being banged around in tight spaces like under a sink. The tool will still lock with the release missing, it would just make adjustment a bit more difficult. The other concern would be hitting the release accidentally while working with it causes the tool to retract as it is spring loaded. I have not had this happen to me while working with it, but I can see it as a possibility. Overall, a good stout tool that does what it is supposed to. Disclaimer: The author of this review received promotional consideration in exchange for his honest opinion of the product.
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                Good Tool~ Well Made ~Must Have
                This is a very well made basin wrench. Really durable and really makes the job so much easier! I now consider it a Must Have tool! You can adjust the length (telescope) which is awesome. I am so glad I bought this. It took me a minute to figure out I had to flip the top piece over, depending on which way you want to turn the wrench. Well made and sturdy. Good tool to have if you are a do - it - yourselfer!
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                17 found this review helpful
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                Deep Sink - OK without removing P-trap/Disposal
                The full 19-inch length was required to loosen the mounting nuts without pulling the P-trap and garbage disposal. The gripper was just barely thin enough to fit in the narrow confines of my sink cabinet to loosen the nuts. I had to use a open-end wrench on the square tubing (nice feature) to loosen the nuts - they were just that tight. The plastic lock is questionable (minus one star), and if it broke, then I would weld it at max length for use.
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                  Hard to reach nuts . And it did a great job
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