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Compression Sleeve and Faucet Puller

  • Removes seized faucet handles and 1/2 in. compression sleeves
  • Zinc-plated for corrosion resistance
  • Unique, patent-pending sleeve-puller design
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The Husky Compression Sleeve and Faucet Puller features a unique sleeve-puller design that easily removes seized faucet handles and stubborn 1/2 in. L copper compression rings. It features a zinc-plated construction for extra corrosion resistance. It is easy to use and provides strong leverage for removing compression sleeves and nuts. Backed by the Husky lifetime warranty for satisfaction guaranteed.

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Returnable90-DayTools Product TypeHand Tool

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The hardest part of replacing the toilet shutoff valve was getting the old compression ring off t...
The hardest part of replacing the toilet shutoff valve was getting the old compression ring off the tube. This tool works great, it would have been impossible do without this tool! Watch the Youtube video on this tool.The instructions don't do justice. You have to use both the brass adapter and the silver insert to prevent damaging the tube. The copper adapter screws into the old compression nut to pull the ring off. Remove the shaft from the rest of the tool, the rest of the stuff gets in the way in cramped spaces, where shutoff valves seem to be normally installed. If the handles don't provide adequate leverage, use a wrench or extender to get more leverage, that is what I needed to do, compression rings tend to be pretty stubborn, took some persistence. This tool got the job done without damaging the tube. Installing the new compression shut-off valve was easy after that.
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    I recently used this tool to remove ferrules for 4 compression valve fittings. It worked like a c...
    I recently used this tool to remove ferrules for 4 compression valve fittings. It worked like a charm after I spent about 20 minutes trying to figure out how this little tool works. I won’t repeat other comments about how to use the device but will point out the one thing that held me up, so that maybe I can save someone else some time. I had difficulty understanding how to connect the tool parts for use. Both of the fittings that come with this tool (a copper colored fitting and a silver colored fitting) are required to be used with the puller to remove ferrules. The two jaws attached to the puller handle are not required for ferrule removal, but they can be left in place on the tool handle in case you need to use them for pulling a faucet handle later. The smaller diameter end of the silver fitting must be fitted inside the ½ copper tubing (note that it does not sit up against the outside the copper tubing, it must slide inside the tube). Because my copper tubing was slightly deformed by the existing (old) compression fitting, I needed to persuade the smaller diameter of the silver fitting to fit inside the tubing. To do this, I fit the larger diameter end of the silver fitting into the tools’ copper fitting, so that I could use the combined tool components to push the small diameter end of the silver fitting into the copper tubing. It took a small bit of jostling, but it did fit. This is necessary in order to properly screw the puller handle to one side of the copper fitting, and to screw the old compression nut to the other side of the copper fitting. Once this connection is made, it’s only a matter of turning the puller handle clockwise until the ferrule is removed from the copper tubing. Pictures attached. The tool did the job, despite the lack of clear directions, and saved me a ton of time and money compared to other alternatives. I would recommend it to others.
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    2 found this review helpful
    This made pulling the compression ring or ferrule ring off of copper pipe easy. If you are using ...
    This made pulling the compression ring or ferrule ring off of copper pipe easy. If you are using it for a compression puller, unscrew the t-handle from the arms, it makes it much easier when you don't have those arms flopping about and getting in the way.
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      The handle for the cold water on my shower was stuck so badly that it broke while prying it off. ...
      The handle for the cold water on my shower was stuck so badly that it broke while prying it off. The cylinder in the center was all that was left on the end of the valve stem. This sleeve puller worked to remove the cylinder. I had to squeeze tightly to keep the puller in place but it only took a couple of minutes and it was off. I had called a plumbing store but they did not have a tool for doing this. If your handle is stuck badly it is much cheaper to use this tool rather than to have the handle break. The only suggestion that I would have is that this would be a product that would be best suited to rent rather than to buy because, using it as a home owner, it will probably not be needed again.
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        For the most part it's ok
        So I've been using this thing for a while now. For the most part it works alright, how ever I've had multiple older compression sleeves. When using this tool on older we'll seated sleeves I've been pulling the nut straight over the sleeve. Resulting in me having to cut the sleeve to remove them. Kinda defeats the over all purpose.
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          works for compression sleeves
          I wish I bought this earlier. i spent way to long using the wrench method to try to work the stupid sleeve off so I could save myself a trip to the store... was worth the drive. Someone else mentioned this in their review and I second it. clean the pipe first until it is nice smooth and shiny copper. Yeah you have a tool, but why make it (and yourself) work harder. You will want to clean it up anyway before putting in the new valve. Also, spray some WD-40 (or some other lubricant) around the compression sleeve and the copper pipe. it will go more smoothly. I was able to get it almost all the way off with the tool. It needed a little wiggling with a wrench to come completely off, but I was probably babying it more than I needed to, but erred on the side of caution since it seemed like a great time for something to go wrong.
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            Must have tool for DIY Plumbers
            This product makes easy work when you need to pull stubborn compression rings. I've used this product several times and was pleased with how great it performed. This is a must have for any DYI plumber's tool box. Great product - great value.
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              Learned how to use properly in a YouTube video
              When I purchased this device I attempted to use it to remove a compression ring. Without success I searched for a better solution. While shopping online for a “better” tool, I stumbled onto a video of someone demonstrating how to properly use the Husky tool. What an eye-opener! After watching the video I learned the center portion of the device needs to be removed to properly pull a compression ring. This is a very reasonably priced and effective tool. Husky, please add better instructions on “How To” use the tool. It’s not getting the credit it deserves in reviews.
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                The tool was not strong enough to pull the sleeve...
                The tool was not strong enough to pull the sleeve off. The arms bent and then would not stay behind the nut to pull the sleeve off the end of the copper pipe.I will return and get a refund.
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                As screw down, nut clamps slipped off repeatedly. Turning...
                As screw down, nut clamps slipped off repeatedly. Turning thin bar handle was impossible. Need 4 hands to use while under sink cabinet. Returned item to store.
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