|Compatible Pipe Size (in.)||1/2 in.||Maximum working diameter (in.)||3|
|Minimum working diameter (in.)||1||Product Depth (in.)||1.06 in|
|Product Height (in.)||10 in||Product Width (in.)||5 in|
|Number of wrench sides||1||Pack Size||1|
|Product Weight (lb.)||1 lb||Returnable||90-Day|
|Tools Product Type||Hand Tool||Wrench Features||Adjustable|
|Wrench type||Specialty Wrench|
|Manufacturer Warranty||lifetime warranty|
A: that is dependent upon the width of the washing machine adjustment. This wrench can be reduced to as low as 1" so an adjustable wrench or a smaller plumbers wrench might be more suitable for the job.
A: The max jaw capacity for the adjustable plumbers wrench is 3". Hope this helps!!
A: You should. You can't move the sink connection. You will need a wider wrench.
A: I used mine on PVC pipes and it works good. I believe if the metals are not rusted, as long as there are groves on the parts, this wrench grasp should be able to grab the parts.
A: I have it, and it was ok. However, the edge that you must catch under there is so narrow that I felt that the more simple, double sized, fixed one might have been better.
A: Are you wanting to use it on the three metal nuts on the p-trap? (I only see two of them.) For those, I think the wrench you've chosen will work. It's certainly the right size. I usually use channel lock pliers for those nuts, sometimes with tape over the gripping edges to eliminate damage to the nuts. The wrench you've chosen won't work on the sink basket nut because that is much larger. Sometimes when we try to remove the p-trap nuts, we'll loosen the basket nut accidentally. I that case you might try this wrench: https://www.homedepot.com/p/Husky-Universal-Sink-Drain-Wrench-410-074-0111/311493704 It is sturdy and grabbed a laundry tub sink nut really well for me. https://images.homedepot-static.com/productImages/a059d403-daaa-4649-b8e7-72f39a060106/svn/husky-fitting-removal-tools-410-074-0111-64_1000.jpg
A: I did not know there where a metal "bolt"on a P-trap under the sink. However with that said, it will work on any "nut" on the P-trap or strainer under the sink. The wrench I have goes from a tight 7/8 inch to 2 9/16 inches open all the way.
A: This will work well for you needs
A: 5/16 " thick. should work quite well for you.
A: The arms are about 5/16" thick. The widest opening is 3"
A: The response of 5/16 seems to be right on. It wasn't marked anywhere that I could find on the package or website. It worked for what I needed and was the only thing that I found at Home Depot that would. Yes, the construction is not as robust as I had hoped but it withstood some pounding with a rubber mallet. Doubt it would hold up for a second one but maybe the next project will go easier on it.
A: The tips of the arms are a bit less than 5/16" or 8 mm thick. The arms get thicker at about 1 3/4" toward the handle. I'm not sure that this would work for anything that is really tight or stuck. The construction seems pretty shaky.