Internet #311493722

Model #410-072-0111

Store SKU #1004870558

Faucet Handle and Sleeve Puller

  • Removes seized faucet handles and 1/2 in. compression sleeves
  • Zinc-coated for corrosion resistance
  • Unique sleeve-puller design easily removes compression fittings
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$1098

Product Overview

The Husky duel use Compression Sleeve and Faucet Handle puller offers a reliable way to remove seized 1/2 in. fittings. With its A3 steel design and zinc coating, this is sure to provide you with the leverage you need. This item is backed by the Husky lifetime warranty and satisfaction guarantee.
  • Dual purpose tool
  • Easily handles most compression fittings
  • Quickly remove faucet handles
  • High quality A3 steel construction
  • Backed by a lifetime warranty, if your Husky product ever fails, bring it back and we will replace it for free
  • Industrial grade

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Specifications

Dimensions

Compatible Pipe Size (in.)
1/2 in.

Details

Compatible Pipe Material
Metal
Returnable
180-Day
Tools Product Type
Hand Tool

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Lifetime

Questions & Answers

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Does this tool have an “adapter” for 3/4” pipe? I was just thinking if I would ever come across ...

Asked by Todddad September 11, 2020
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Looks like the adapter is made for two sizes, see how it steps. Or you can fashion something out of an alum. rod or even hardwood dowel. Cut a section from a dowel of proper dia. and drill a center hole for the 'pin' of the tool to go in. I imagine you can fashion any size adapter you want.

Is this tool for pulling sleeves from 1/2" nominal tube (i.e. 5/8" OD tube) or 1/2" OD tube?

Asked by HS June 8, 2020
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For plumbing pipes, this pulls ONLY compression sleeves/ferrules for 1/2" OD; inner dia is smaller due to L or M sidewall thickness. By the way, to use as compression sleeve puller, UNSCREW the T-bar threaded bar from the "grab wing" (used to pull faucet knobs). Otherwise, the grab wings will get in the way of pulling compression sleeves/ferrules out.

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  • 74 Customer Reviews
  • 4.1 out of 5 stars overall
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Absolute garbage!
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I bought this tool with the intent of easily removing a compression sleeve from a leaky toilet valve. Worst $12 I have ever spent. Unless you have 4 hands, don't expect this to work for you. I would rather replace the copper pipe coming from the fitting in the wall.
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Response from THD-CSJuly 31, 2020
Thank you Ben, we appreciate you taking the time to share. We're sorry to hear that you're not satisfied with your purchase. We want to ensure the best possible experience with your purchase, and we would love for you to reach out to us directly so that we can have the opportunity to assist you further. Please, contact us at (866) 461-8665 or info@olympiatools.com.
Difficult to use
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I drove to a store 2 cities away because I thought this tool would be necessary to remove the old compression sleeve. It was either this, or cut off the old nut and sleeve with a dremel and risk damaging the pipe. I wanted to do it "correctly" so I oped for this tool. I didn't have much room for leverage, and one side of the puller kept slipping off of the pipe. I attempted to keep the two sides from spreading apart by tying a small rope around them, but as you can see it didn't help. Unless you have ideal conditions where you can grip this thing tightly and keep it perfectly straight, you're going to have a hard time. I ended up cutting both the nut and ferrule with a dremel and using a flat head screwdriver to separate them from the pipe. A word to the wise, don't remove an old valve unless absolutely necessary (if it's leaking). If you do, try to reuse the old compression nut and copper ferrule without removing them. You'll save yourself a lot of hassle.
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Response from THD-CSMay 21, 2020
Thanks for sharing your experience, JD. We're sorry to hear that you're dissatisfied with your purchase. Please feel free to reach out to us at (866) 461-8665 or info@olympiatools.com should you need any assistance!
This is the first time I had attempted to remove faucet handles, mainly because I never had the p...
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This is the first time I had attempted to remove faucet handles, mainly because I never had the proper tool. The Husky faucet handle and sleeve puller is the correct tool, I absolutely love the tool makes hard jobs a lot easier.I would recommend this tool to any do it yourself person that has struggled tying to remove faucets and handles in the past because this is the tool for you!
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Don't use for compression sleeves
This might be fine for faucet handles but don't use for a compression sleeve. The tool has a design flaw. The Peg that inserts into the pipe has a chamfer were it interfaces with the pipe. It will end up flaring your copper pipe. Ended up costing me $235 for plumber.
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Response from THD-CSMay 18, 2020
Dear Valued Home Depot Customer,We're sorry to hear that your experience has been less than stellar. We believe in the quality of our products and we take pride in being able to assist our customers at every turn. We'd like the opportunity to turn this around and we encourage you to reach out to us directly at (866) 461-8665 or info@olympiatools.com so we can assist you further and have you enjoying your product!
I requested to try out this handle/sleeve puller because I wanted to change a faucet handle in my...
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I requested to try out this handle/sleeve puller because I wanted to change a faucet handle in my bathroom (I actually have others to change as well, just not right now). After removing the cap and screw of the handle I opened the package and without having to read the instructions, I was able to set the pulling arms and device easily. A few turns later and the handle was off. It made the whole job that much easier as compared to having to either pull or pry the old handle off. Attaching the new handle on was simple after quickly cleaning the rest of the faucet. A handy tool.
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Rockford, Illinois
The Husky Faucet Handle and Sleeve Puller comes in an attractive blister type package. While I on...
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The Husky Faucet Handle and Sleeve Puller comes in an attractive blister type package. While I only had to use it to pull a faucet handle off (it was seized on with calcium deposits) it worked easily and did not damage the plastic handle. It has a large range of adjustments so I would assume it would work on almost any household faucet handle or sleeve.
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Rochester, NY
The Faucet handle puller was just the right tool for removing old and caked in handles like my ga...
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The Faucet handle puller was just the right tool for removing old and caked in handles like my garage sink taps. As the picture shows there is a lot of caked in grime on the insert spindle and the handle. I removed one of them without the use of the puller and I had to pries it up with screw drivers. It also worked with a old single handle mixer tap in my wash room. However the new mixer taps which are two angled handles I could not figure out a way to use the puller as shown in the picture. Next, I tried to use the sleeve puller function to remove the olive from a compression fitting but I ran in to problems with the thread and diameter of the standard threaded compression fitting as the picture shows. The thread diameter of the compression fitting is 7/8 inch and 12 threads per inch and the diameter of the adapter of the puller is 3/8 inch and 16 threads per inch as the picture shows. So, I could not use this tool to remove sleeve ( olive). Not sure what I am missing
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Thank Goodness I Bought This
I am so happy I bought this BEFORE replacing several +55-year-old compression rings from water shutoff valves. I never could have accomplished that without this tool. Is it easy to use? Probably not. Most of these rings are stuck on, so of course it will take some work. But the alternatives (i.e. hacksaw blades or carefully tugging & twisting) are ridiculously difficult too. Look at a few youtube video showing how to uses these tools before trying it. Among reviews some reviewers have posted photos, where they seem to be using the tool incorrectly.
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don’t do it!
Depite all the poor reviews, I purchased this to remove a copper sleeve since the stub was too short to cut. It does not work for this purpose. The arms which grab the nut just slip off even with an iron grip. I will be returming this.
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I have reused old valve nuts and sleeves in the...
I have reused old valve nuts and sleeves in the past because the sleeves were so hard to remove without crushing or scoring the pipe, making it vulnerable to leaks. This tool has changed that so when I replace a valve, I can use all new parts. Works like a charm.
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