|Name||Double Ended Tub Drain Wrench||Dumbbell Wrench||2 in. Universal Faucet Nut Wrench||Shower Valve Socket Set 5 Piece with Handle|
|Wrench type||Specialty Wrench||Hex Pipe Wrench||Specialty Wrench||Valve Stem Wrench|
|Compatible Pipe Size (in.)||1-1/4 in.||1-1/2 in.||1/4 in.,3/8 in.||No Compatible Pipe Size|
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This particular item originated in Asia. Hope this helps!!
The smallest side should work. But if not while I was at Home Depot they showed me different tools for different situations. Good luck!!!
I also purchased another tool. I don't remember the name. But it's used when the calcium has eaten away at the Drain. And you can't use the Wrench. You actually screw the tool into place then you slow turn to remove Tub Drain. This may be a replacement for the wrench. Good luck!!!!
It will fit the nubs but I broke my husky wrench in a matter of minutes
It might. . .I busted one of the "crosses" so only had three to work with. With some work, the tool was able to get the drain collar loose and I eventually removed it and installed the new one. I'm pretty sure H.D. would allow you to return it if you're not successful, you may want to reach out to them to confirm this if you haven't purchased the tool yet.
The drain wrench will be able to tighten the drain more than pliers but don't apply too much torque or you may damage the drain. Make sure that the threads in the drain are in good condition and lightly lubricated.