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  • For drains with damaged or corroded crossbars
  • Edge threads grip the old drain and unscrews it counterclockwise
  • Industrial durability with Lifetime Warranty
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Product Overview

The Husky Tub Drain Extractor is designed to hep you remove drains that have corroded crossbars that would otherwise be difficult to remove. After attaching the tool to the end of a 1 in. ratchet or other driver, simply place the extractor in the drain and rotate it out counterclockwise. Lifetime Warranty.
  • Removes stubborn drains
  • Solid metal design with zinc coating
  • Use with any 1 in. drive ratchet
  • Industrial grade strength
  • Backed by the lifetime Husky warranty
  • Bottom of tub drain outer diameter is 1-3/8 in. and the top of the tool as an outer diameter of 1-5/8 in.

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Specifications

Dimensions

Compatible Pipe Size (in.)
No Compatible Pipe Size

Details

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

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Lifetime Warranty

Questions & Answers

8Questions24Answers

Will this remove the drain bushing?

Asked by KBregs February 21, 2021
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It's for drains with damaged or corroded crossbars. Not sure it will remove the bushing. Good luck to you.

Why does this thing look so nice?

Asked by Will December 31, 2020
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Answers

This made my life a lot easier

Will this work with 2 inch drain?

Asked by Justin October 13, 2020
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Answers

yes

Will this work if the flange is broken off?

Asked by Bigvaleri April 7, 2020
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Yes, goes into the well of the drain.

Can this be used on a 1-1/4” sink drain? What is the diameter at the bottom of the tool?

Asked by Handyish March 5, 2020
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I do not believe so-1 3/4" to 1 9/16"

Why have this on the website if unavailable for pickup or delivery?

Asked by Dbestor February 21, 2020
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I just bought one of these today at my local store. It said that it was out of stock within 60 miles, and I just so happened to walk by the tub drain repair parts and they had 3 hanging on the shelf. Not sure why the website is wrong, but its worth looking for yourself if you need one. The receipt number is 017197652554 (maybe HD can fix this) Tub Drain RE - Husky Tub drain remover $13.31

What size holes does this tool accomodate?

Asked by Doug October 24, 2019
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Tapered but too big for a 1/112" drain. Only about 1/8 inch of tool fit in drain. Not enough to grip. Had to return tool.

What size drain does it fit

Asked by Mikey October 23, 2019
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1 3/4" to 1 9/16"

Customer Reviews

  • 3.2
    out of 178 reviews
  • 67% recommend this product
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May need impact
The 60 year old drain I was working on was almost too big for this. Wouldn't bite. It worked when standing on top of it with a pneumatic impact wrench.
by Sander
This is a great tool for removing a stuck drain. It is particularly good at removing drains that...
This is a great tool for removing a stuck drain. It is particularly good at removing drains that do not have cross pieces in them. A pipe with slots cut in opposite sides of an end would probably work better to remove a drain with cross pieces in them. A drain removed with this tool will likely not be re-usable, but removing a drain without cross pieces by other methods will likely be more difficult and will also ruin the removed piece. This tool would be my preferred method. You will need a 1" wrench or socket to use this tool.
by esb
We picked up this handy tool to help me replace the 6 drains in all our bathroom sinks. Ended up ...
We picked up this handy tool to help me replace the 6 drains in all our bathroom sinks. Ended up not needing to use it. Sinks are easier to deal with because you can loosen the drains from underneath. This tool is needed for TUBS because you usually can't access the drain under the tub. I'll keep this until needed in the future. Sure it will be needed.
by rookie
The Husky Drain Removal Tool is a very sturdy, well made, quality tool. It's the type of tool you...
The Husky Drain Removal Tool is a very sturdy, well made, quality tool. It's the type of tool you have no use for, until you do. It fit into the drain perfectly. Of course you need the right size wrench to use the drain removal tool. That being said, it was very easy to use and with the proper size wrench, it requires very little torque on my husband's part. I would recommend having this before you need it, because when you need it, you need it!
by Lynn
This Husky drain removal tool is an essential tool for all DIY’ers that do plumbing. This tool ac...
This Husky drain removal tool is an essential tool for all DIY’ers that do plumbing. This tool actually bailed me out of what I thought was a no going back situation. A common drain removal and installation tool that I had used many times before had broken the support bars in the drain when trying to remove the old one of 20+ years. I used this Husky drain removal tool as a last resort and it worked great, it extracted the old drain with ease.
by TrentB
I would have to recommend this profuct for a recent install, it could work. Unfortunately, the tu...
I would have to recommend this profuct for a recent install, it could work. Unfortunately, the tub I’m trying to replace has probably been in place over 13-years and isn’t budging, First I tried a drain weench. I should have guessed the drain wasn’t moving by the nubs that were left of the cross brace. Next, I tried the Husky Tub Drain Removal Tool. I got 1 bite and then it popped free and just ground off the inside of the drain. I applied heat with a heat gun and that was a no go. Tried grinding the inside for a better bite. Nope. Next I’m breaking out the air tool with a hammer bit to dig under the drain. Until then.
by Commish23
2 people found this helpful
This drain remover is a nice hefty piece. I can tap it into a drain using almost any of my hammer...
This drain remover is a nice hefty piece. I can tap it into a drain using almost any of my hammers. It’s easy for me to put a 1” socket on the built in hex nut and turn using a breaker bar or cordless impact wrench. I can also use a 1” wrench or adjustable wrench. This solid tool should give me years of reliable service. I don't look forward to using it, but I sure am glad to have it.
by Tadster
1 person found this helpful
Simply would not bite. Looked like package was stapled shut from previous return but was last in ...
Simply would not bite. Looked like package was stapled shut from previous return but was last in stock. Beat with a hammer had wife stand on it while turning thing simply failed as a product. Going to have to chisel drain out. Would have liked for it to even grip a little so I could feel like it kinda worked but it slipped like it was greased up. Very disappointed
by Outdoors247
Response from THD-CSOAug 5, 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!
5 people found this helpful
This is well worth the ~$20. It easily removes old corroded drains in a matter of seconds. I had ...
This is well worth the ~$20. It easily removes old corroded drains in a matter of seconds. I had a drain that was very corroded. Someone before had tried to remove the drain and had broken off the cross members at the bottom of the drain in trying to get it to come out. I tried using a screwdriver and hammer to encourage the drain, but it wouldn't budge. By Googling "How to remove a drain", a video using a tool like this popped up and it became readily apparent that this was the way to go. This turns a tough, cumbersome, not-looked-forward-to task into an extremely easy one. If you can remove your drain with a pair of needle nose pliers and channel locks (or some other method), then I would NOT recommend buying this product. However, if you have a drain that you can't get out or even budge, this is will be some of the best $$ you've invested.
by SaginawSam
3 people found this helpful
So much easier to remove a drain with this tool. Sure wish I had this for some previous projects...
So much easier to remove a drain with this tool. Sure wish I had this for some previous projects!! It is heavy metal and very robust, so I'm sure this will last a long time. There are ridges on the outside, so it is easy to grip. Really easy to just place it over the drain and get it out. I have struggled in the past to get out drains, and with this tool is the best way to do it.
by Bkk
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