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T-Handle Faucet Seat Wrench

$15.98
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  • Fits most faucet seats with included double ended bits
  • Both tapered and 6-step bit sizes included, bit storage in handle
  • Dual material grip for comfort, Husky Lifetime Warranty
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About This Product

Husky's T-Handle Faucet Seat Wrench is great for removing and replacing tub and shower faucet compression seats. A 4-in-1 tool, it Includes 2 double-ended bits; tapered and 6-step. Extra blade storage in the handle helps avoid blade loss. A dual-material grip provides extended user comfort. Easy to use and backed by the Husky lifetime warranty for satisfaction guaranteed.

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Product Information

Internet # 304217759

Model # 17PL0220

Store SKU # 1003002644

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Returnable

90-Day

Tools Product Type

Hand Tool

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Manufacturer Warranty

lifetime warranty

Questions & Answers

3Questions
caret
Q:What sizes are the steps. I have a hex about 1/2".
by|Dec 21, 2021
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A:  The bits go from 3/16 to 3/8

by|Feb 22, 2024
1 found this answer helpful

A:  The largest square step on this tool measures 5/16" w x 5/16". The largest hex step looks to be 7/16" Hope this helps!!

by|May 11, 2023
    1 found this answer helpful
    caret
    Q:Did Anyone else notice the adapters went too far into the wrench shaft to use all three sizes of two adapter .it goes to deep into the shaft only giving you access to the smallest square on each side
    by|Jun 28, 2021
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    A:  I did not have any issue with the tool removing and replacing the seats.

    by|Nov 14, 2023

    A:  The tool is manufactured to utilize all of the tips if needed. If there seems to be an issue with the unit you have purchase, please feel free to run this Husky item by any Home Depot store and we'll make sure you get a properly operating tool. Hope this Helps!!

    by|Dec 14, 2021

      A:  I bought one of these and I don't have this kind of problem. Look like your has some problem.

      by|Jul 21, 2021
      1 found this answer helpful

      A:  Yes. I needed to use the second step in the square series. I had to cut off step 1 of the square bit (with a hacksaw). That fixed it. Otherwise, the tool has to go too deep into the shallow faucet stem body. I think all these "step" tools have same issue.

      by|Apr 23, 2024
        1 found this answer helpful
        caret
        Q:Anybody know the country of origin?
        by|Oct 23, 2020
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        A:  This particular Husky tool originates in Asia. Hope this Helps!!

        by|Feb 14, 2021
          1 found this answer helpful
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          Customer Reviews

          4.2 out of 5

          • 4.2 out of 145 reviews
          • 77% recommend this product
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          Husky faucet seat wrench with one major problem .
          The wrench has two adapters with two sides of options for you to get the right fit to remove your seat . The problem I had when trying to use the adapter that had three different size squares on each side the taper up in size as they go back the shaft . Well when you put that adapter im the shaft it bottoms out and magnetically clicks in, but at the wrong spot only allowing use of 1 of the size squares and about 1/3 of the next size up . It does it no matter how you turn that one too . It’s should sit where all 3 are easily available . What’s the point of having the bigger sizes if the are just barrier in the shaft . I ended up using a trust extractor threat I light pounded into the seat then twisted out with a crescent wrench . I wasn’t happy wit the tool . I know I could cut the shaft of the wrench back a half inch but I shouldn’t have to do that on a tool I bought to make a job easier and cleaner . Very dissatisfied don’t recommmend and hopefully I can still return without them giving me issues . I think I bought it about 30 days days ago
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            Very easy to use and worked for what I needed it for. Pretty cool tool to have glad I have it no...
            Very easy to use and worked for what I needed it for. Pretty cool tool to have glad I have it now. Changed about 6 sets so far with this tool.
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            Tool I was looking for to add to my plumbing collection. Has tapered and stepped and square and h...
            Tool I was looking for to add to my plumbing collection. Has tapered and stepped and square and hex. I used an adjustable wrench to rotate while pressing firmly on the Husky T-Handle Faucet Seat Wrench. Worked perfectly and effortlessly. Right tool for the job. A keeper.
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              This Husky T handle faucet seat wrench is very tough and ready to use. It comes with a hex and sq...
              This Husky T handle faucet seat wrench is very tough and ready to use. It comes with a hex and square tapered bit and a 6 step hex and tapered bit so it can be used to replace seals in most faucets. The handle is about a total of 7 inches long and is made strong enough to do what you have to do. It is very easy to use and also shows a lifetime warranty on the package so it will last a long time.
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              Used to replace square hole valve seat in the shower. The square tool shaft let me use a wrench to get the seat loose. Now I can use it for the other hex seats.
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              There is serious design flaw with the stepped bit. I needed to remove a 5/16 seat, which is the largest step. The first two make it too long to get it in far enough to grab the seat, striking the back of the valve body. I'd take it back, but I had to destroy the packaging.
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              The only issue was I needed more leverage because the seat was extra tight.
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